Month: October 2011

Retrieve Formatting Set by QSyntaxHighlighter



I have been working on adding inline spell check to Sigil recently and ran into a quirk on Qt that isn’t immediately obvious. I ended up having to look though the Qt source code to understand exactly what was happening. When dealing with a QPlainTextEdit you can get the QTextCursor... Continue reading

Sigil Now Supports Translations



One of the the new features that has been implemented for 0.5 (release date yet to be determined) is support for Translations. For Sigil’s first supported language Grzegorz Wolszczak has provided a Polish translation. Currently translations are loaded based upon the current system locale. There no support for choosing the... Continue reading

Sigil Keyboard Shotcuts



Thanks to Grzegorz Wolszczak Sigil now (will be part of the 0.5 release) allows users to change keyboard shortcuts for many actions. Grzegorz has been helping out a lot and helped to introduce a preferences dialog and provided user configurable keyboard shortcuts. <source data-srcset="/files/generated/missing_image-400by400-a63a00.webp 400w, /files/generated/missing_image-512by512-a63a00.webp 512w"... Continue reading