For your added security: the first to fix problems when your permissions go awry; the second to practise Unicode obfuscation.
Finishing off some of the details in this unique app which analyses text in many different languages. And a decidedly naughty Rich Text editor which lets you set appearance for each of its windows.
Type, press Cmd-Enter and Nalaprop parses your text to show word classes. Two clicks and it gives you word frequencies by lemma (‘root’) too.
Not sure which is the verb, or can’t identify its root form? Did Google Translate just dump some garbage? Mojave’s linguistic abilities are top notch – here are some facts and figures.
Big internal changes now show different scripts, languages, parts of speech – all quickly accessible through a menu. For anyone interested in language(s).
We’re still writing most text in black on a white background on displays with wide colour and high-resolution. Why not use colour for additional meaning?
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Now generates list of words used and their frequencies, grouped according to lexical class. Want to discover all the proper nouns or names in a document, for example?
Includes five major languages in depth: English, French, Spanish, German, and Russian. Here’s an app to explore its power, and a 20-language test file.