Using this in Windows 8, the shortcut for macrons does not seem to work.
Very impressed with SCRIPTOR.
I have a big favour to ask. I am trying to develop some concordancing software (in C#). I need a way to return a list of possible lemmas from any particular Latin word: e.g. 'AMABO' would return 'AMO', 'MALUM' would return both 'MALUS' and 'MALUM' (I am not particularly bothered about disambiguating the 'MALUM' although this would be helpful). It looks like SCRIPTOR has exactly what I need. I wonder whether you would be willing to share the relevant part of the source code and the dictionary?
Have you tried using the Wine compatibility layer? (As you're a Linux user you probably have, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask ).LCF I would give you a giant hug if you have this for Linux..... in the meantime I use Maori keyboard for macrons it works great as all you do is press alt + vowel (sadly no macron for y)
Oh please ask I've heard of it but never used it as I never really needed it before, but is it difficult? I'm not the most advanced user...though for the life of me I don't know why more people don't use it; Linux is free & fantastic
This whole thing is utmost kind of you, but unfortuantely both aforementioned links (the above "here" and the one on your first post) don't seem to work for me.
It just leads me to an Amazon page, presenting an "XML file does not exist" error and the document tree.
Linux (or better: X) has the compose-key. Have a look at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compose_key (also see references #1 and #5 on that page). Ref #5 calls the compose key <Multi_key>.... Linux..... in the meantime I use Maori keyboard for macrons it works great as all you do is press alt + vowel (sadly no macron for y)