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yzord
Hello,
I posted this in the "User Requests for Applications" forum, but since it seems that not many people check out that forum, I decided it might be more effective if I posted here. I hope that since this might affect a large amount of users (anyone who is dissapointed with Hancomm word and needs a simple+good word processor), that you don't mind the cross post.
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With the dearth of word processors for the Z, I was wondering if anyone had ever considered porting Ted. It's a WYSIWYG rtf editor, with lots of features (check out http://www.nllgg.nl/Ted/) - even a proper spell check! I noticed Ted when I was playing around with Damn Small Linux on an old laptop, and thought it would make a really good addition to the Z (heck, it's already way better than Hancom, and hopefully it'll be quicker than Textmaker).

Unfortunately, it's only for X, so it might be a little challenging to port to QT - however, if so would anyone consider compiling it for XQT/PDAXROM?

Thanks,
Yz
ScottYelich
is there a screen shot of this guy anywhere?

perhaps sashz will use this intead of that pathetic-writer ... on the Z
for pdaXrom.

Scott
yzord
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is there a screen shot of this guy anywhere?


Okay, I'm assuming you want a screenshot of the program and not the author right?? smile.gif

Here's a shot (and a mini review):

http://linuxgazette.net/issue44/ayers.html


Actually, I wouldnt mind trying PW under XQt - would you happen to know if there's a specific ipk for it (instead of the whole siag suite)?

Yz
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