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- 2010-01-09 00:55:20
- Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
- Topic: Snow Leopard Text Services
- Replies: 4
- Views: 5489
Another solution is to use SpellCatcher since you then can take advantage of the typo corrections and glossary expansions feature of SpellCatcher in nearly all applications and not only applications that are working with the new Snow Leopard Text Services. SpellCatcher works with both NWP, NWE, Page...
Then it shouldn’t be to hard to revive or implement this feature in the current or next version of NWP?rabbi wrote:If I'm not mistaken, nisus writer classic had this feature.
Ruchama wrote:Do you know of ANY wordprocessor (for mac or pc) that can do it? even for english/english texts?
I believe that the old WordPerfect for Mac did had this feature.
I have Mellel and NWP. I never use Mellel. Personal choice. I write in Scrivener and then do my polishing in NWP. It works great that way. I just started using Sente as my reference manager and all of the big ones can work with NWP because they just scan the document and create another document wit...
- 2009-03-04 22:41:54
- Forum: Nisus Writer Express
- Topic: Bibliographic software... ANY software. Suggestions?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 6781
I haven’t used Nisus Writer Express for a long time (I’m currently using Mellel as my primary writing tool) but I have been using Bookend both with NWE and Mellel and I’m very satisfied with the Bookend application. Bookend is easy to use and is still a very powerful tool. The support is outstanding...
Actually, Word for Mac 2008 is a pretty decent program and does the job does just fine. I downloaded the Office 2008 some months ago just to be able to test it. It work pretty good, but I decided to stay with my primary writing tool - Mellel - and I am as happy as I can be ever since. :D I think th...
You can't imagine how many lockups/crashes I had with NWP to the point I had autosave set on every 2 minutes which if absurd of course. Even if the problem is a "haxie" of some sort, NWP is the only program of some 100 or more that seemed to be impacted. As I said, I would have liked to say but for...
- 2008-12-20 03:26:43
- Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
- Topic: New release of "Tables" with LinkBack feature
- Replies: 7
- Views: 6783
That’s a drawback. It had been better if it was the other way around.fm wrote:According to their website, Tables 1.5 functions only as a LinkBack client; that is, you can paste something from LinkBack server apps into Tables, but not vice versa.
The new odt importer/exporter feature seems to be working great as far as I can tell. I might upgrade my old license (NWE 2.7) to a new NWP 1.2 license, but I haven't decided yet.