Am I the only one to have programmed the glossary of my word processor with lots of personally tailored shortcuts? I hardly think so.
When I type “cssn” in Microsoft Word, my dictionary says that the word “cssn” doesn’t exist. Then the program turns to my glossary and finds that “cssn” should be rewritten as “commission”, “cssnr” as “commissioner”, “infln” as “inflation” and so on. But constructing this glossary takes time.
Now the tortured world of SMS has spawned a whole world of acronyms and other shortcuts. I guess the same must exist in the world of word processors and glossaries. I’d like to download at least a selection of common glossary entries to permit me more accelerated typing by standing on the shoulders of giants (even pygmies would do the trick I expect).
Any suggestions Troppodillians?