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Software News : Revised versions of AbiWord 2.8.6 and Gnumeric 1.10.17 for AmiCygnix released
Posted by cygnusEd on 2020/4/2 20:43:30 (1219 reads) News by the same author
Software News

AbiWord is a wordprocessor, which supports a wide range of file formats.

Gnumeric is a spreadsheet, which is similar to Microsoft Excel and is part of the Gnome Office Suite like the text processor Abiword.



New in this release:

* Because of a bug in both packages, charts could not be created or edited in Gnumeric tables. Fixed now.
AbiWord is able to integrate Gnumeric tables.

* Program relinked with the latest libraries

* Various minor optimizations

AbiWord:
Download: abiword.lha
Homepage: https://www.abisource.com

Gnumeric:
Download: gnumeric.lha
Homepage: http://www.gnumeric.org

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samo79
Published: 2020/4/3 9:17  Updated: 2020/4/3 9:17
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 Revised version
Well done :-)
Cass
Published: 2020/4/5 13:22  Updated: 2020/4/5 13:22
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 AmiCygnix
Very nice! A question regarding keymaps: Is there a way to type using other keymaps, without having to constantly press the Alt key?
cygnusEd
Published: 2020/4/6 10:29  Updated: 2020/4/6 10:29
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Joined: 12/24/2006
From: Germany
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 Re: AmiCygnix
@ Cass

Basically AmiCygnix reads the keymaps from "Sys:Devs/KeyMaps", so it should behave just like it behaves in normal AimgaOS programs.

Which keymap do you need? I guess Greek? There is only a "Greek & English" keymap in the input preferences, which seems to behave the way you described.

In a GTK+ program you can change the input method when you right click in the input area. There is an option called "Classical Greek" and you should be able to write greek text without Alt key.
328gts
Published: 2020/4/9 3:27  Updated: 2020/4/9 3:27
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 Abiword & GNumeric updates
thanks Ed!
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Published: 2020/4/10 16:01  Updated: 2020/4/10 16:01
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Joined: 10/29/2008
From: Uppsala, Sweden
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 Re: Abiword & GNumeric updates
Thanks Ed.
Cass
Published: 2020/5/4 21:27  Updated: 2020/5/4 21:27
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 Re: AmiCygnix
@cygnusEd

It`s Greek and I`m using gr_usa_ISO-8859-7 keymap on the AMiGA side. I use also a combination of scripts to interchange between Latin-USA and Greek, namely keymap switcher docky and keyboard change scripts, so I can type Greek without constantly pressing the Alt key.

Regarding the GTK+ , you are right (I didn`t notice that before), these options work perfectly. The only issue here is related to the "Classical Greek", there are missing some letters -mapped elsewhere?- (Classical probably is not the default ANSI used everywhere).
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