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Archive for June 26th, 2020

Add or edit words in a spell check dictionary – Office Support

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/26

[WayBack] Add or edit words in a spell check dictionary – Office Support:

By default, the words are stored in a text file called “RoamingCustom.Dic” – Google Search.

You can get there from the menu:

  1. Menu “File”, “Options”, then “Proofing”
  2. In the dialog, click on “Edit Word List…”

–jeroen

 

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Is there a button in iTunes to say “Stop after playing this song”? – Ask Different

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/26

Put the song in a playlist and click the check box off. All the songs in the playlist will have to be clicked off as well.Or easier still have the track as the only song in the play list.

For me, the easiest way to do this is to put all songs in a playlist, then in the playlist (can be “Playlist” view mode, but “Songs” view mode is easier). The video below shows exactly how to do this, but here are te steps:

  1. select all songs with Command-A
  2. right-click
  3. choose “Uncheck Selection” to remove all checkboxes
  4. double click on each song you want to play individually

Via:

Finally, [WayBack] iTunes 11 for Mac: Ways to play songs shows the meaning of the shuffle and repeat buttons in the player:

Source: S0024_ProgressBar.png (350×115)

–jeroen

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Navigating throug the Windows of the Joe’s Own Editor – Wikipedia

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/26

The built-in help of the Joe’s Own Editor – Wikipedia shows only a limited set of keyboard shortcuts:

What it misses is how to navigate through Windows. You use the ^KN (for Next) and ^KP (for Previous) navigation shortcuts for that.

You can even use that to navigate out of the Find or Replace line: The Find and Replace lines are single line prompts without a status line (but with a caption).

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