Subject: Re: patch: SmartQuotesEnable preference item
From: Robert Hart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jul 19 2000 - 04:20:02 CDT
On Tue, 18 Jul 2000, WJCarpenter wrote:
->just "spell checks". Spell checking then just becomes one instance of
->a type of background check for a block. The idea is that a block can
->be queued for one or more reasons. When it gets to the head of the
->queue, the list of "reasons why it was queued" is examined and a
->handler is called for each.
Is a 'word count' maintained in this way (by examining each block of newly
created/destroyed text), or is the whole document scanned every time a word
count is done (which could be once a second)?
It does seem strange (from a user point of view) that you have to choose an
'update' frequency for the wordcount dialogue... ...maybe I should just go an
read the source and see how it's done....
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