Re: Looking for nvda friendly editors that support markdown and spell checking
What plugin for notepad are you using for spell checking? For those who want to try it Boxer is no longer under development. It's last release was 2014 but I am still using it. It has spell checking and the coder for that project always made sure it worked for screen readers. There are a couple settings in the filemanager and display settings that improve its accessibility but out of the box boxer is a great editor. It also has a spell checker and is designed for coding. I have been using it since MsDos 5 and back then it was called TKO. If anyone tries it and needs settings that make it work better let me know. I think they still sell a version but it is also able to be used free.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Isaac Porat
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2022 7:12 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Looking for nvda friendly editors that support markdown and spell checking
MarkupBinder is not what you are looking for.
MarkupBinder is a tool for creating multi pages docs in the form of linked web pages using Markdown.
It is a tool for geeks as it requires Notepad++ special configuration for the purpose which is not for a typical user, it is more for developers.
By the way I use a spell checker with notepad++ with a plugin; When you go up and down the page with NVDA it does not tell you when there is a problem but if you use the context menu when a word is in focus and there is a problem, a list of possible words is displayed. So usable but not great!
On 25/04/2022 05:36, hurrikennyandopo ... wrote: