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Help! Trying to import an English_EU spellchecker file, but wont show up in the Dictionary tab

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Hey all! I really need some help, I have spent ages attempting to import multiple files for the EU spell checker Dictionary filetype, with no luck. It is the correct file format, but whenever I finish it and click "import" it wont appear on the drop down menu to select your desired dictionary...

 

I am using "Black Dragon" as the viewer type, and have tried a massive range of files just to be sure, even ones I do not need, with the same issue.

 

Anyone know how to fix this issue?

 

Thanks!

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when i read the knowledge base ( free to search for everybody.... ) it's no issue.... it's just not possible

 

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Hello,

Are you using LInux? Because I have the same problem since a year or so on the viewer for Linux. I still haven't found where the problem lies. I haven't had the same problem the few times I have used a viewer for Windows.

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yes i have, used to work before but for some reason no viewer would seem to notice one being imported, the drop down menu for DICTORNARY type wont appear, its just empty.

I have used all the types of files the wiki offered, with no luck at all..

 

alwin ? You can import spellchecking files, most modern viewers, in chat, have "Spell checker" with the ability to import your own files as a form of support.

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I don't know what English_EU is as different from English_GB but anyway. I downloaded English_CA from the link on the wiki page and I couldn't get it to import either in Firestorm or the LL viewer. Although it did copy the .dic file to the appropriate folder under my roaming profile.

Looks like the dictionary.xml file isn't getting updated but there may be more to it than that.

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