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jrpcguru

USA
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Posted - Oct 17 2021 :  17:19:02  Show Profile  Reply
The Help file documents a variety of keyboard shortcuts for TIERichEdit. It does not mention the following:

Ctrl+1 Line spacing = 1 line.
Ctrl+2 Line spacing = 2 lines.
Ctrl+5 Line spacing = 1.5 lines.

It also does not show a constant for each of these shortcuts that I could use to suppress them via code similar to this:
IEGlobalSettings().KeyboardShortcuts[ iesSelectAll ] := 0

Your help file says that TIERichEdit supports RichEdit 3.0 and your website says RichEdit 8.0?

Using the demo program, I turned on the spell checking, so it now displays the red squiggly line under a misspelled word. However, the right click menu is weird. I've documented it in this attached file:




I'm wondering what spell check system is being used. I'm guessing it is provided in all Win 10 installations?

J.R.

xequte

6525 Posts

Posted - Oct 17 2021 :  19:13:03  Show Profile  Reply
Hi JR

Thanks for the report.

If you enable spell checking, please disable the auto-popup menu:

procedure TMainForm.btnSpellCheckingClick(Sender: TObject);
begin
  // Show squiggly lines under misspelled words?
  Editor.SpellChecking := btnSpellChecking.Down;
  Editor.PopupMenuAuto := not Editor.SpellChecking;
end;


This will happen automatically for the next release. Also, we will disable the line spacing shortcuts if KeyboardShortcuts=False and updated the documentation.



Nigel
Xequte Software
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xequte

6525 Posts

Posted - Oct 17 2021 :  20:26:08  Show Profile  Reply
Forgot to mention that spell checking functionality comes from the RichEdit control.

Nigel
Xequte Software
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