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TextCorrection (En, Ru)

The program is designed to automatically edit the text typed in the wrong keyboard layout. It is useful if you use multiple (2) languages in the OS.

TextCorrection.7z (300kb, exe+sources+help.chm)

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Video (how the program works)

Hotkey1 - correcting words, everything in one language (ηελλο -> hello), (Geia -> Γεια), (руддщ -> hello), (ghbdtn -> привет)

Hotkey2 - correcting line, invert (ηελlo -> helλο)

Hotkey3 - correcting words before the first space (ηελλο -> hello)

Hotkey4 - correcting words, invert (ηελlo -> helλο)

Hotkey5 - the first letter uppercase, the rest lowercase (hELLO -> Hello)

Hotkey6 - to upper case (hello -> HELLO)

Hotkey7 - to lower case (HELLO -> hello)

Hotkey8 - switching to an alternative language (3)

Hotkey9 - Replaces text (USB -> Universal Serial Bus)

Hotkey10 - Transliteration (spasibo -> спасибо)

Edited by AZJIO

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Added transliteration. For example, translate a person’s surname into the Latin alphabet for a passport. It's like an example to understand, actually a feature for other tasks.

Increased delays in manipulation. This has improved the stability of the conversion. Previous version didn't work well in AkelPad for short words.

If the program can't create an ini file, the program will offer to run from the administrator. That is, if the user places the program in the "Program Files", then it will be necessary to run once from the administrator, otherwise there will be a reminder.

The program remains healthy without an ini file, but with default settings.

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Thanks. You should encode  sources and text files in UTF8, else they're mostly unreadable and non-compilable in non-cyrillic setups.


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Can't you upgrade?


This wonderful site allows debugging and testing regular expressions (many flavors available). An absolute must have in your bookmarks.
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updated!

Added parameter Edit = 1, standard Winsdows windows are processed by WinAPI functions and do not litter in programs that expand the clipboard.
Now the form for transliteration characters can be merged or separated by spaces for both languages.

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