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1.       admin
752 posts
 10 Sep 2006 Sun 11:14 pm

I have been working on a Turkish Dictionary software that can be downloaded on your computer for a while, and the first version is completed now. You can download it at Turkish Dictionary download page to give it a try.

The dictionary database is not installed locally with the software, so you still need internet connection to get meanings. All feedback is welcome.

Known Bugs And Issues
- Excessive memory usage (Problem related to use of .Net)
- Sometimes fails to capture text on first try after starting the software
- Auto-complete will be added while typing words in meaning window

v0.2 (Latest Release)
- Settings for selecting hotkey combination to be used
- Settings to make meaning windows "Always on Top"
- Settings to start software on Windows startup
- Animated image notification until the meaning is retrieved from online database
- Making the setup files a single executable
- Adding an "About" form

v0.11
- The problem with capturing text from program's own windows fixed

v0.1
- Basic functionality implemented, text capture on Alt+Left Click hotkey action.

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2.       bod
5999 posts
 10 Sep 2006 Sun 11:41 pm

I've downloaded and installed it......at first glance it seems helpful but I am not sure it is significantly easier to use than a simple copy and paste into the online version. I'll try it out further over the next few days and give you some feedback.

As an aside, it should work on Windows 2000 assuming the setup install directories use environment varibles and are not hard coded. However, it is unlikely to work on Windows 98 due to the need for .NET v2. It definately won't work on Windows 95 as that doesn't support MSI packages.

3.       catwoman
8933 posts
 10 Sep 2006 Sun 11:48 pm

I also downloaded it and it's really very good, because you can "Alt + left click" on any word, in any program and the meaning just pops up in a small window. It's really awesome.

The "double click" thing that checks the meaning only works on this web site and on the dictionary web site and it opens your browser window instead of a smaller pop-up, so this software really makes things much more sophisticated.

4.       admin
752 posts
 10 Sep 2006 Sun 11:57 pm

Thank you for the feedback. This is the first version, and I want to keep improving it based on what additions the majority would find useful.

I personally like to use a software like this, it makes things faster while reading a word document or some text in a browser window. That is why I decided to implement it, after a suggestion by Erdinc. It reduces the distraction caused by having to switch to a different browser page and write or copy-paste the word you want to look up. Of course, it is personal taste and you can still find it easier or more convenient to use the browser version. Both are free, so better to have more options.

5.       bod
5999 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 12:07 am

I've found a bug!

One doesn't seem to be able to capture a word from within the dictionary window.

6.       admin
752 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 12:08 am

Yes, I also noticed that one. I don't know why yet, but it is in the list of things to fix for the next version.

7.       admin
752 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 12:12 am

Stats show that 3 different people used it yet. It is not a good sign for the popularity potential, especially considering that I am one of the three

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8.       bod
5999 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 12:16 am

Quoting admin:

My stats show that 3 different people used it yet. It is not a good sign for the popularity potential, especially considering that I am one of the three



Well - you know the other two are catwoman and myself.....
But give it time - I am sure you will find other people using it

9.       CANLI
5084 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 12:24 am

İ hope i be on my way too

What is NET Framework that i need to download it ?

10.       CANLI
5084 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 01:13 am

İ am having problem downloading the NET Framework,it told me the file changed its nature,asked me either to retry or cancel,but when i retry it telling me same again

What does this mean ?? :-S

11.       CANLI
5084 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 02:04 am

Bingooo, İt works

İt is great and really helpful to use,specially the "Alt + left click" part
İ like it very much easier than to open another browser

But the double click works only in that site

Sometimes it fails to capture a word,but when trying again it captures it

Btw,i restarted my pc,and run the setup again,so it worked,if anyone had same problem as i did,this maybe help

12.       admin
752 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 03:17 am

Quoting CANLI:

İ hope i be on my way too

What is NET Framework that i need to download it ?



You just need to download and run the setup files, everything is done automatically. I am glad that you liked the way it works.

13.       admin
752 posts
 11 Sep 2006 Mon 09:31 pm

Double click is now added to the dictionary lookup pages of the software. Auto-complete will be added soon, similar to the way it is in the TurkishDictionary.net website.

14.       catwoman
8933 posts
 12 Sep 2006 Tue 12:29 am

I wonder if anybody else downloaded the dictionary software and would like to share their experience?

15.       erdinc
2151 posts
 12 Sep 2006 Tue 02:52 am

Congratulations admin. It's nice to see an idea becoming reality. I wasn't expecting this program. It is a surprise to me. I wish I was as gifted as you. Thank you for your efforts.

I'm having problems with the installation. I like things straightforward. I like to eliminate possibilities of misunderstandings. I see many such possibilities now on the installation.

Here is a summary:
When downloading the file I think the file being a zip file is a bad idea. I would prefer the original unzipped file. There are poeple who don't know what a zip file is. It also makes it possible to open the file in different ways. You can double click on a zip file and if you have winzip the it will open an interface. Now you can extract the zip file or you can click on the files inside the zip file. You have already more than one option. This is not straighforward enough for newbies.

The installation was too complicated.

suggestion 1: no zip file

When you download the zip file the is a folder inside and inside the folder there are two files that have the name "setup" and "setup1". I don't know how you can do it but two files are not good. There should be only one.

suggestion 2: only one file within the download.

When I click on the link two download the file I have two options. Again two options are not good. I would prefer it if it told me to click on "open".

suggestion 3: When I click on open I don't wan't to see anything except a line where it shows the location to install like c/program files/... and a big big button in the middle that says "next" or "install".

suggestion 4: I think "alt + double click" is better than "alt + click". I end up clicking on the small popup window. At the end a smaller pop up appears that says "word not captured"

suggestion 5: completely remove the smaller pop up saying "word not captured"

suggestion 6: cancel "double click" on pop up window.

suggestion 7: Enable "ALT + double click on pop up window"

suggestion 8: cancel "double click" on this website.

suggestion 9: Enable "ALT + double click on this website without installing program"

suggestion 10: cancel "double click" on dictionary's home page.

suggestion 11: Enable "ALT + double click on dictionary's home page.

16.       catwoman
8933 posts
 12 Sep 2006 Tue 10:45 pm

did anybody else try the new dictionary software?

http://www.turkishdictionary.net/download.php

17.       Joey
0 posts
 12 Sep 2006 Tue 11:31 pm

Quoting catwoman:

I wonder if anybody else downloaded the dictionary software and would like to share their experience?



I have downloaded the dictionary software but unable to use it but then I am completely computer illiterate

18.       Elisa
0 posts
 12 Sep 2006 Tue 11:49 pm

Quoting Joey:

Quoting catwoman:

I wonder if anybody else downloaded the dictionary software and would like to share their experience?



I have downloaded the dictionary software but unable to use it but then I am completely computer illiterate



You don't have to do anything special really, just unzip the file and then follow the instructions. Maybe tell us how you installed it? You didn't forget to start it up, did you? Start Menu > Program Files > Turkish Dictionary. Then the icon will show up in the tray.

I installed it, and so far it works great here, thanks!

19.       Joey
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 12:28 am

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting Joey:

Quoting catwoman:

I wonder if anybody else downloaded the dictionary software and would like to share their experience?



I have downloaded the dictionary software but unable to use it but then I am completely computer illiterate



You don't have to do anything special really, just unzip the file and then follow the instructions. Maybe tell us how you installed it? You didn't forget to start it up, did you? Start Menu > Program Files > Turkish Dictionary. Then the icon will show up in the tray.

I installed it, and so far it works great here, thanks!



Still no success here but I have a good dictionary to hand so no problem

20.       libralady
5152 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 12:46 am

I have downloaded it at work today, but it is no different to the dictionary here? Is that right? Do you have to be registered? :-S

21.       Elisa
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 12:53 am

Quoting libralady:

I have downloaded it at work today, but it is no different to the dictionary here? Is that right? Do you have to be registered? :-S



No different?? The big difference is that you can use it with any Turkish (and English) word you see on any website on the internet. It runs in the background, and when you see a word you want to have translated, you alt+left click and the translation pops up..

22.       sophie
2712 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 12:55 am

Quoting Joey:

Still no success here but I have a good dictionary to hand so no problem



Same here Joey!
I downloaded it, it appears on my task bar and when i hit alt+left click a window opens, just to say that it can't find this website!
Downlading it at work, was even worse. I couldnt even run the setup files.
Heeeelp!!

23.       Joey
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:05 am

Quoting sophie:

Quoting Joey:

Still no success here but I have a good dictionary to hand so no problem



Same here Joey!
I downloaded it, it appears on my task bar and when i hit alt+left click a window opens, just to say that it can't find this website!
Downlading it at work, was even worse. I couldnt even run the setup files.
Heeeelp!!


Sophie that is very comforting! I thought it was my advancing years that was the problem

24.       Elisa
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:07 am

Quoting Joey:

Quoting sophie:

Quoting Joey:

Still no success here but I have a good dictionary to hand so no problem



Same here Joey!
I downloaded it, it appears on my task bar and when i hit alt+left click a window opens, just to say that it can't find this website!
Downlading it at work, was even worse. I couldnt even run the setup files.
Heeeelp!!


Sophie that is very comforting! I thought it was my advancing years that was the problem



Did you guys download the 0.11 version?

25.       Joey
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:09 am

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting Joey:

Quoting sophie:

Quoting Joey:

Still no success here but I have a good dictionary to hand so no problem



Same here Joey!
I downloaded it, it appears on my task bar and when i hit alt+left click a window opens, just to say that it can't find this website!
Downlading it at work, was even worse. I couldnt even run the setup files.
Heeeelp!!


Sophie that is very comforting! I thought it was my advancing years that was the problem



Did you guys download the 0.11 version?

Yes

26.       sophie
2712 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:20 am

Quoting Joey:

Quoting Elisa:



Did you guys download the 0.11 version?


Yes



The only thing I didnt download was admin's pics! lol
I downloaded everything possible, but still nothing is working properly here

27.       Elisa
0 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:22 am

Quoting sophie:

Quoting Joey:

Quoting Elisa:



Did you guys download the 0.11 version?


Yes



The only thing I didnt download was admin's pics! lol
I downloaded everything possible, but still nothing is working properly here



Oh was yours a package deal then??
It always comes back to the same thing, where is god when you need him?

28.       admin
752 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 01:47 am

Quoting sophie:


I downloaded it, it appears on my task bar and when i hit alt+left click a window opens, just to say that it can't find this website!
Downlading it at work, was even worse. I couldnt even run the setup files.
Heeeelp!!


You still need to be online to use the Turkish dictionary software. It doesn't download the database when you do the setup. Meaning is fetched from our server when you look up a word. The database is no less than 200MB, so it is not feasible to download it anyway.

29.       sophie
2712 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 10:03 am

Quoting admin:

You still need to be online to use the Turkish dictionary software.



Yes I know that. I remember that you pointed it out in one of your posts. And I m always online, with the ADSL, which means that this cannot be the problem here. I think that the dictionary works. What is not working, is the alt+left click feature, which seems to be the most useful one

As for my failure in downloading it at work, could it be cause of not having turkish characters there? I can't even view most pages based on turkish language.

Actually I was almost sure that I wouldn't be able to download this software at work, but I m really surprised that I couldn't use it properly at home as well.

30.       menoktase
17 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 10:25 am

a useful online dictionary is : www.seslisozluk.com

31.       libralady
5152 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 04:22 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting libralady:

I have downloaded it at work today, but it is no different to the dictionary here? Is that right? Do you have to be registered? :-S



No different?? The big difference is that you can use it with any Turkish (and English) word you see on any website on the internet. It runs in the background, and when you see a word you want to have translated, you alt+left click and the translation pops up..



In that case it is not working for me - I have to physically click on the icon to open it then put in the word I want. :-S I'll try and work out what I have done wrong

32.       catwoman
8933 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 05:19 pm

Quoting libralady:

In that case it is not working for me - I have to physically click on the icon to open it then put in the word I want. :-S I'll try and work out what I have done wrong



Could you explain the steps of installation you took? And what Windows version are you using?

33.       admin
752 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 05:32 pm

Quoting sophie:


What is not working, is the alt+left click feature, which seems to be the most useful one

As for my failure in downloading it at work, could it be cause of not having turkish characters there? I can't even view most pages based on turkish language.


Not having Turkish characters shouldn't affect the way the software works. Can you give the operating system and the browser you are using, and what happens when you alt+left click on a word in your browser? Does it show a message, or open a pop-up window?

In your previous post, you said that it displays a page not found message. Does this mean that it opens a popup window with this message when you Alt+Left click on a word?

34.       bod
5999 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 06:15 pm

I have not installed the latest version (don't want to install it on this machine as it is a development machine!) but the first version required me to highlight the word and then Alt+click (left or right) to get the translation.

The instructions imply that you simply have to be over the word and Alt+cick to get the translation - they do not say you have to highlight the word.

Could this be the cause of the confusion?

35.       catwoman
8933 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 06:25 pm

Oh wow, that sounds strange, cause I don't have to highlight the word at all. I just alt + left click over it and it works every time! Strange things happen.

By the way, did anybody notice that there's a new English -> English section in the dictionary now? I find it very useful.

36.       catwoman
8933 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 06:41 pm

Ok, I noticed that when I click on a Turkish word containing the letter "ı", it interprets it as "i" and doesn't recognize the word. Admin, what do you say to that?

The same thing happens with letters "ş" and "ğ"...

Also, I don't know if this happens to everyone, but the first time I click on a word, the dictionary window pops up on top of it, but if I don't close this window and check another word, the dictionary window doesn't pop on top again.

37.       admin
752 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 08:38 pm

Quoting bod:

The instructions imply that you simply have to be over the word and Alt+cick to get the translation - they do not say you have to highlight the word.


Actually it should work without highlighting, and it works like that on my computer. I will check why you can't capture without highlighting.

Quoting catwoman:

Ok, I noticed that when I click on a Turkish word containing the letter "ı", it interprets it as "i" and doesn't recognize the word.

Quote:


This might be because of the language settings of your computer, because it works fine on mine. I will look into this and try to make Turkish characters work on any computer.

38.       catwoman
8933 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 09:05 pm

Ok, thanks, but at the same time it works fine with the other characters: ├â┬╝, ├â┬ž, and ├â┬Â.

39.       CANLI
5084 posts
 13 Sep 2006 Wed 09:27 pm

Quoting admin:



Quoting catwoman:

Ok, I noticed that when I click on a Turkish word containing the letter "ı", it interprets it as "i" and doesn't recognize the word.

Quote:


This might be because of the language settings of your computer, because it works fine on mine. I will look into this and try to make Turkish characters work on any computer.



İ am having same problem too,and i have Turkish characters in my Pc
İ have English and Turkish installed in my Pc

İt happened with ı,ğ,ş but works well with ├â┬╝ , ├â┬Â

Me too don't have to highlight the word,its enough to point at it and press Alt+right click

But word capture failure at first attempt,when trying again,it works

40.       bod
5999 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 12:04 am

Quoting menoktase:

a useful online dictionary is : www.seslisozluk.com



Can you tell me why this is any better than the dictionary that admin has written? Especially consider in your reply that this thread is about a dictionary that you can add to your computer without being online!

41.       Elisa
0 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 12:27 am

Quoting bod:

Especially consider in your reply that this thread is about a dictionary that you can add to your computer without being online!



You have to be online to be able to use it though..
Still, as I'm online all the time, for me this is not an issue. I'm really happy with this dictionary

42.       Joey
0 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 10:01 am

My internet security system stops me from using the dictionary as a high risk warning appears on the screen.

43.       Elisa
0 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 11:54 am

Quoting Joey:

My internet security system stops me from using the dictionary as a high risk warning appears on the screen.



Don't you have an "allow" option?

44.       Joey
0 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 12:20 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting Joey:

My internet security system stops me from using the dictionary as a high risk warning appears on the screen.



Don't you have an "allow" option?



But if you ignore the warnings there is no point in having a security system is there?

45.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 12:23 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting Joey:

My internet security system stops me from using the dictionary as a high risk warning appears on the screen.



Don't you have an "allow" option?



yes you should have such an option on your net security system...

anyway i have downloaded and installed version 0.11 everything looks fine...
it can also recognize turkish characters...
i want to ask would it be becoz of encoding?
and one more thing... dictionary doesnt work on the web browser "OPERA" i dont use firefox maybe it doesnt work on it aswell

but its really nice... well done admin congragulations
but also.. you should add a blank window as babylon has such an option would be useful aswell..

i also tried on a word document, it works there aswell...
but i had problems with words written in capital

congragulations again

46.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 12:47 pm

Quoting Joey:

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting Joey:

My internet security system stops me from using the dictionary as a high risk warning appears on the screen.



Don't you have an "allow" option?



But if you ignore the warnings there is no point in having a security system is there?



those security softwares are designed for allowinng internet access to microsoft windows and its basic components so if you trust in this program you should allow it for giving internet access...

47.       sophie
2712 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 02:22 pm

Bingo! I managed to make it work here at the office. Home remains now. Let's see if I ll have the same luck there

It's great btw. I looooooooove this alt+left click feature

48.       sophie
2712 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 02:26 pm

Ooooooo it's perfect! I can use it on my word documents as well! Thx admin! You're a star!

49.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 03:42 pm

let me tell you one more! it works on messenger programs aswell

50.       libralady
5152 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 06:01 pm

It still wont work for me and I have uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a thing :-S All it has done has put an icon my my desktop. Must have done something wrong but cant figure it out.

51.       Nisreen
1413 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 06:20 pm

selam i need some help here T-E



bende sana dayanamam kiyamam allah sonumuzu hayir etsin bir tanem.


thanks

52.       catwoman
8933 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 06:26 pm

Quoting libralady:

It still wont work for me and I have uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a thing :-S All it has done has put an icon my my desktop. Must have done something wrong but cant figure it out.



Libralady, what kind of operating system are you using? If you're using Windows, then what version? So you extracted the zip file, clicked on .exe file which installed the software, then clicked on the TurkishDictionary icon and it doesn't work when you "Alt + Left click" on a word? What kind of message appears when you "Alt + left click"?

By the way, you must be connected to the internet for this to work.

53.       lady in red
6947 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 06:35 pm

Quoting libralady:

It still wont work for me and I have uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a thing :-S All it has done has put an icon my my desktop. Must have done something wrong but cant figure it out.



Icon appeared on my desktop. When I go on line I click on icon and little book appears on bar at bottom of screen. Once this is up dictionary seems to work fine. I am finding it very useful - thanks very much to admin!

54.       libralady
5152 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 07:33 pm

Quoting catwoman:

Quoting libralady:

It still wont work for me and I have uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a thing :-S All it has done has put an icon my my desktop. Must have done something wrong but cant figure it out.



Libralady, what kind of operating system are you using? If you're using Windows, then what version? So you extracted the zip file, clicked on .exe file which installed the software, then clicked on the TurkishDictionary icon and it doesn't work when you "Alt + Left click" on a word? What kind of message appears when you "Alt + left click"?

By the way, you must be connected to the internet for this to work.



I have windows XP professional version
the zip file opened itself - I have checked no zip file
The exe file opened as the various download boxes appeared
the software was installed as i had a message to say so
I click on the icon and only the dictionary opens as it is on left here
When I "alt left click" nothing happens, no message not a thing
and I am connected to the internet all day long, via our server with broadband at 100mps sec

Can you solve it for me then?

55.       libralady
5152 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 07:35 pm

Bye the way, I downloaded Babylon software today and that is "CTL Right Click" which works perfectly anywhere - emails, websites, word docs, spreadhseet you name it.........

56.       catwoman
8933 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 08:14 pm

I think Admin will answer this question better, but what strikes me is that after downloading, you MUST have a "TurkishDictionaryv0.1.zip" file that you must explicitly extract. Then you get a new folder called "Turkish Dictionary v0.1", then you need to open this folder and there will be two different files - you need to click on the "setup.exe" file. That will initiate the installation. When the installation is complete, you'll get a purple-blue "Turkish Dictionary" icon. You click on it (and I think nothing explicit happens, but the program is running).

57.       admin
752 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 08:15 pm

It looks like the bug with Turkish characters depends on your Windows language settings, I fixed it right now. But this fix will go into the next version once I accumulate couple more fixes and changes.

Thank you for the feedbacks and bug/error notifications, they definitely help a lot. We should actually keep a list of bugs and known issues. I will start the list once we have some more information accumulated from user experiences.

Babylon, I think is a very good software but the basic version starts from 60$ (and you need to pay for updates, based on the type of license you purchase). They are doing this since many years, that is how the software got so advanced - with improvements at each new release. This thing we are trying to do here is just at the beginning stage, not even version 1 yet. It is free, will stay free and will be improved based on the needs of Turkish language learners - its target audience is Turkish language learners. I have some improvements in mind, I will be implementing them as time permits and make new releases every once in a while.

58.       CANLI
5084 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 08:49 pm

Quoting admin:

It looks like the bug with Turkish characters depends on your Windows language settings, I fixed it right now. But this fix will go into the next version once I accumulate couple more fixes and changes.



admin,
what do you mean about language settings ?
İ am downloading the Turkish langıage along with the English from the XP cd,and i am still having this problem

So what should i do then to prevent it ?
You said it works good at your Pc,and you use Turkish character as well, so ?
What did you do ?

And something else,if i opened it along with another applications,it slow my Pc

İs it just my Pc,or that is normal ?

59.       Joey
0 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 09:16 pm

I had the same problem as Canlı in the previous message. When I tried to use the dictionary last night my computer slowed down completely or maybe it was some other problem.

60.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 14 Sep 2006 Thu 11:56 pm

Quoting Joey:

I had the same problem as Canlı in the previous message. When I tried to use the dictionary last night my computer slowed down completely or maybe it was some other problem.


would it be becoz of hardware? what do you think admin?

61.       Joey
0 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:04 am

Quoting SuiGeneris:

Quoting Joey:

I had the same problem as Canlı in the previous message. When I tried to use the dictionary last night my computer slowed down completely or maybe it was some other problem.


would it be becoz of hardware? what do you think admin?


As I have said before I came to computers late in life and my knowledge is very limited but I think the problem is with the internet security system. I got this high risk message on the screen and followed the recommended instructions but the computer almost froze up completely and I closed it down.I started it up this morning with no problems.I still have the dictionary icon in the desktop but I am not going to touch it

62.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:17 am

Quoting Joey:

Quoting SuiGeneris:

Quoting Joey:

I had the same problem as Canlı in the previous message. When I tried to use the dictionary last night my computer slowed down completely or maybe it was some other problem.


would it be becoz of hardware? what do you think admin?


As I have said before I came to computers late in life and my knowledge is very limited but I think the problem is with the internet security system. I got this high risk message on the screen and followed the recommended instructions but the computer almost froze up completely and I closed it down.I started it up this morning with no problems.I still have the dictionary icon in the desktop but I am not going to touch it



well both this dictionary and that internet security system i guess tiring your pc alot those machines are like humans lol they get easily tired... do you use norton? please try to allow this program on your internet security options... and then lets see what it comes
learning has no age joey i sometimes think, we would be more happy without technology?

63.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:24 am

if you press ctrl+alt+del together, you can monitor how much memory and how much percentage of processor are used by softwares
so to have a joyfull nite press them and then run dictionary see the numbers and changes taking risk?

64.       Joey
0 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:31 am

Learning has no age Sui! A bit difficult when the brain cells are diminishing all the time Yes it is norton and I will maybe take a risk and over ride it thanks

65.       bliss
900 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:45 am

Few days ago I got high risk message on the screen too and was unable to login to TC but now have Norton again.I think it is safe now, just little slow.
TC is slow lately, do you have same thing or just me?

66.       CANLI
5084 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 01:54 am

No,same here,its a bit slow,but it was even worse last night and in the morning,thought it was my Pc,
But it was working well with other sites !

67.       bliss
900 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 02:43 am

Thank you Canli for respond.I was worry it is my PC because I am scared to loose connection with my dear friends. Hope we will be fine.
Take care!

68.       CANLI
5084 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 03:43 am

Your welcome Bliss,

İ know what you mean,even i am kind of new here,but i feel something is missing when sometimes it didn't work,or even was slow
İ don't like to lose being in that community,everybody is helping the other from different parts of the worlds without any previous knowledge
Sometimes we disagree,but we respect our rights to have own opinions,and no harm done
Sometimes we be brave enough to admit the others point of view

To know that,you will have help whenever you ask for ,is a wonderful thing
Not even just in language help,but in the off the topic Forum,you can have help in any other subject you got

İ asked for help to my Pc before,and i got an answer too !

Love You all

69.       admin
752 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 06:43 am

Quoting libralady:

It still wont work for me and I have uninstalled and reinstalled. Not a thing :-S All it has done has put an icon my my desktop. Must have done something wrong but cant figure it out.


Once you run the program by double clicking on that icon, you should be able to see meanings of words by Alt+Click on a word in any text. It sometimes doesn't work in the first try after starting the program, but try couple times and it should be fine.

70.       admin
752 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 06:46 am

Quoting libralady:


I click on the icon and only the dictionary opens as it is on left here
When I "alt left click" nothing happens, no message not a thing


Nothing should be happening when you click on the icon on the bottom right (there is a tiny menu that apears when you right click). But once the icon is there (after you start the program using the icon on desktop), you can Alt+Left Click on any text and it should work fine. No guarantees though

71.       admin
752 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 06:50 am

Quoting CANLI:


what do you mean about language settings ?
İ am downloading the Turkish langıage along with the English from the XP cd,and i am still having this problem

So what should i do then to prevent it ?
You said it works good at your Pc,and you use Turkish character as well, so ?
What did you do ?


I think it might be the settings at:
Control Panel | Regional and Language Options | Advanced

Here, you will see a list: "Language for non-unicode programs"

I think it should work fine after selecting Turkish from this list and restarting your computer. But it will work fine in the next version without having to do these.

Quote:


And something else,if i opened it along with another applications,it slow my Pc

İs it just my Pc,or that is normal ?


The program uses more memory than I would expect, I will be looking for ways to reduce this.

72.       admin
752 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 06:53 am

Quoting Joey:

I had the same problem as Canlı in the previous message. When I tried to use the dictionary last night my computer slowed down completely or maybe it was some other problem.


I think it is because the software is using quite a lot of memory (15-30MB). This should be the reason, I will try to find out what I can do about it.

73.       admin
752 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 06:57 am

Quoting Joey:


As I have said before I came to computers late in life and my knowledge is very limited but I think the problem is with the internet security system. I got this high risk message on the screen and followed the recommended instructions but the computer almost froze up completely and I closed it down.I started it up this morning with no problems.I still have the dictionary icon in the desktop but I am not going to touch it


The internet security system warns you whenever an application tries to access internet other than some basic applications. If it is a malicious software that you are not aware of, you should block it. If it is a software that is supposed to connect to the net to function and it is from a source you trust, you need to allow it or it won't work.

74.       libralady
5152 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 10:40 am

Quoting catwoman:

I think Admin will answer this question better, but what strikes me is that after downloading, you MUST have a "TurkishDictionaryv0.1.zip" file that you must explicitly extract. Then you get a new folder called "Turkish Dictionary v0.1", then you need to open this folder and there will be two different files - you need to click on the "setup.exe" file. That will initiate the installation. When the installation is complete, you'll get a purple-blue "Turkish Dictionary" icon. You click on it (and I think nothing explicit happens, but the program is running).



thanks for that, but I already have a new folder called Turkish dictionary V0.1 and I have the purple icon on my desktop. I have no zip file and the exe file is also there. When I click it the dictionary opens just the same as it does on this site.

75.       qdemir
805 posts
 15 Sep 2006 Fri 02:44 pm

I have just come across with an online dic on www.zargan.com

I have checked it out myself. It's very useful.

76.       admin
752 posts
 18 Sep 2006 Mon 08:55 am

I posted a new version of the software (v0.2) at Turkish Dictionary download page.

Here is what is added:
- Settings for selecting hotkey combination to be used
- Settings to make meaning windows "Always on Top"
- Settings to start software on Windows startup
- Animated image notification until the meaning is retrieved from online database
- Making the setup files a single executable
- Adding an "About" form

77.       admin
752 posts
 18 Sep 2006 Mon 08:30 pm

Looks like there is a problem with the "loading" image. I will fix that and post a new version.

78.       admin
752 posts
 19 Sep 2006 Tue 04:01 am

It must be ok now, it would be great if someone can install and confirm.

79.       sophie
2712 posts
 19 Sep 2006 Tue 10:08 am

I tried to install the new version ( 2.0 ) but I got the following message:

unable to install because a newer version of this product is already installed

80.       CANLI
5084 posts
 19 Sep 2006 Tue 11:33 am

İ just installed it,i had no problem in the installation

81.       CANLI
5084 posts
 19 Sep 2006 Tue 11:42 am

Ok,now whenever i use it,it open another window,an error message,İnternet Explorer Script Error in the dictionary page

Then asking me if i want to continue running scripts on that page

What is wrong then ?

82.       admin
752 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 06:51 am

Quoting sophie:

I tried to install the new version ( 2.0 ) but I got the following message:

unable to install because a newer version of this product is already installed



You can uninstall the previously installed version from

Settings | Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs | Turkish Dictionary

83.       admin
752 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 06:58 am

Quoting CANLI:

Ok,now whenever i use it,it open another window,an error message,İnternet Explorer Script Error in the dictionary page

Then asking me if i want to continue running scripts on that page

What is wrong then ?


Can you give me the version of your internet explorer and more details about the error? I amnot sure what it might be because I don't have any error on my browser.

84.       admin
752 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 07:33 am

Looks like I managed to put as many bugs and problems as Windows Vista Beta 1 into this small piece of software

85.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 08:56 pm

why doesnt the program write itself to start up?
-actually installed that v0.2 newly but previous one wasnt loading itself on startup) it would make the usage easier i guess... maybe it is writing itself there but as i am using a multi usered pc.. i dont know this is just an idea
and putting that loading "gif" is nice

86.       catwoman
8933 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 11:02 pm

if you run the program and click on the dictionary icon in your bottom right corner, a small list of options will pop up where you can enable the dictionary to run on start-up.

87.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 20 Sep 2006 Wed 11:15 pm

Quoting catwoman:

if you run the program and click on the dictionary icon in your bottom right corner, a small list of options will pop up where you can enable the dictionary to run on start-up.



shame on me! i didnt look at the new version completely... skipped those features
its great work!
congragulations

88.       erdinc
2151 posts
 17 Oct 2006 Tue 10:03 pm

I have managed to download and run the version 0.2 without a problem. Last time with the previous version I had tremendous problems. I was very angry with it. Now it is much better. Here are my new suggestions:

1. Delete this thread. Completely remove it. Let us and newcomers forget about the past problems.

Installation was very good. I "did" see the next button and was very happy. But still it could be improved.

2. There is a button that could be easly dropped:
http://img168.imageshack.us/img168/8515/1mk9.jpg

3. There is another button that doesn't work as good as it could be:
http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/2276/2aj8.jpg
It should work like this:
http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/5395/3fq9.jpg

4. There is one unnecessary window during installation.
http://img171.imageshack.us/img171/9625/4px8.jpg

5. During the installation it could ask me what shortcut button I want to use.

6. After the installation the program should automatically run and show itself on systam tray.

7. When you see the program icon on system tray and you double click on it, nothing happens. Double click should open settings.

8. I don't think "alt + left click" is the best option for defalt settings. It intereferes with answers.com. Maybe "shift + left click" is better as default. But being able to make changes on this is very good.

edit:
It turns out "shift + left click" isn't a good idea. I use this frequently to open a link in new window so I can't use it as dictionary. Maybe "ctrl + left click" could be default.

9. when I use our dictionary in this website for instance I don't see anywhere any word about the software. It is on the main page http://www.turkishdictionary.net/ but people who use the dictionary rarely go to its main page. It should be mentioned on every results page.

10. when are you going to add sound to the dictionary?
On this page there is an example that we have come accross elsewhere before. Find the "bu haberi dinle" button. In fact you can listen to all their news articles.
http://www.sabah.com.tr/gnd98.html

11. The small window that opens doesn't impress me. I'm happier with the full pages that open when I double click on our forums.

89.       libralady
5152 posts
 18 Oct 2006 Wed 06:38 pm

The dictionary I was having so much trouble with when I first downloaded, I revisted it today after trying several times before. I dont know what I did, except try and download again and now it works!!

90.       admin
752 posts
 19 Oct 2006 Thu 06:35 am

Thank you Erdinc, great feedback. I will go over these suggestions for the next version. Starting a new thread is a good idea as well, I will do that as I start developing for the new version. I am actually stalling on my thesis work at school, and the sound files.

I saw the news article reading feature in Sabah, and they are using gvz. I contacted gvz multiple times with all the e-mail addresses they have on their website, but they keep ignoring me for some reason. I will try calling them to get more information and pricing. Do you have any information on this? A text-to-speech software like that can be used in so many places in both TurkishClass and TurkishDictionary.

91.       admin
752 posts
 19 Oct 2006 Thu 06:37 am

Quoting libralady:

I dont know what I did, except try and download again and now it works!!



I am glad it works fine now, please let me know about any problems you may have.

92.       admin
752 posts
 19 Oct 2006 Thu 06:45 am

Quoting erdinc:


8. I don't think 'alt + left click' is the best option for defalt settings. It intereferes with answers.com. Maybe 'shift + left click' is better as default. But being able to make changes on this is very good.

edit:
It turns out 'shift + left click' isn't a good idea. I use this frequently to open a link in new window so I can't use it as dictionary. Maybe 'ctrl + left click' could be default.



Actually shift+left click is commonly used for opening a link in a new window, and ctrl+left click for opening in a new tab. Right click combinations have the right click menu showing that I still can't get rid of. The best one looked like Alt+Left click.

Looks like there are not many people using the software yet, the logs show 78 different people today. By the way, it is submitted to download.com and appears as the second result when you search turkish dictionary.

download.com link

93.       erdinc
2151 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 12:34 am

Turkish will become more popular in the future. The dictionary software is a good idea for the Turks as well and it needs some marketing. Besides working on improvements and new features a little work on contents, some new design and functionality might be needed. The page designs aren't the best unfortunately.

Membership for the dictionary isn't a good idea I think. It looks like too much to ask to me.

I think the download.com link is very good. You should definately mention this everywhere. I would even remove any download from this website and put only the download.com link. It is more trusted.

Being among alexa top 100.000 and having a program on download.com are both very good things to mention but I see nothing about these on 'about us' menu. Everybody knows these websites. These should be on Turkishclass news.

While there are nice things to mention unfortunately problems with contents and server and speed problems continue. It is good but not as good as todays users are used to do. On a scale where answers.com would get 10 points I would give our dictionary 3 points. They are probably in this businnes for long time and have a bigger team.

When I typed "businnes" in that above sentence I knew it was incorrect and opened Turkish Dictionary.net but it doesn't recognise it. Answers.com does. This makes all the difference.

Something new that I have come accross is clicking on links. When you use answers.com and click on a link the link actually doesn't open and the program understands that you are not trying to open the link but you are trying to check the word.

94.       aslan2
507 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 01:31 pm

Quoting erdinc:

Turkish will become more popular in the future.


What makes you think so?

95.       libralady
5152 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 07:17 pm

Quoting aslan2:

Quoting erdinc:

Turkish will become more popular in the future.


What makes you think so?



Perhaps the number of people joining here and other turkish similar sites, and holidaying in Turkey gives a bit of a clue!

96.       erdinc
2151 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 10:05 pm

If nothing else then I will make it more popular. Don't worry.

97.       aenigma x
0 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 10:11 pm

Quoting erdinc:

If nothing else then I will make it more popular. Don't worry.



It worked for me

98.       libralady
5152 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 10:28 pm

Quoting erdinc:

If nothing else then I will make it more popular. Don't worry.



And a good job you are doing too!

99.       admin
752 posts
 27 Oct 2006 Fri 03:48 am

Thank you for the suggestions. I will get back to improvements on the dictionary and on the websites after my thesis defense. I also have some quite big ideas, but unfortunately very little time.

100.       catwoman
8933 posts
 13 Nov 2006 Mon 08:05 am

How is the dictionary software working for everybody?

101.       nsbiaa
2 posts
 01 Dec 2006 Fri 03:58 pm

Merhaba
I have downloaded the software for the dictionary...but I cant make it work.. even when I use the hotlink..it doesnt capture anything.. and not reply is given !!! any help?
Thanks

102.       Astrila
21 posts
 27 Aug 2007 Mon 09:53 pm

So far I like it a lot. Really helpful reading the online BBC news in turkish.
Only sometimes İ look up a turkish word and it goes to english--turkish instead of turkish--english eventhough the word does not exist in english so what İ get is turkish--turkish.
├â┬žok teşek├â┬╝ler
ellerinizden gelen ├â┬žok iyi bir şeydi

103.       MrsY
4 posts
 05 Sep 2007 Wed 07:18 pm

Excellent I love it - will keep you posted

104.       tori___
144 posts
 17 Jan 2008 Thu 03:26 pm

I cant get it to load?!
Its downloaded to my desktop...

But when i open it... nothing happens

105.       catwoman
8933 posts
 17 Jan 2008 Thu 07:10 pm

Quoting tori___:

I cant get it to load?!
Its downloaded to my desktop...

But when i open it... nothing happens


when you open it, it doesn't LOOK like anything happens, but the software is running and you can start using it. there should be an icon in your bottom, right corner.

106.       uzeyir
268 posts
 15 Apr 2008 Tue 03:50 pm

I'm working on a trilingual dictionary,though.When I complete it,I can upload it,too

107.       catwoman
8933 posts
 15 Apr 2008 Tue 11:27 pm

Quoting uzeyir:

I'm working on a trilingual dictionary,though.When I complete it,I can upload it,too


That's awesome Uzeyir, let us know when it's ready. Thanks.

108.       anoud
3 posts
 24 Apr 2008 Thu 07:51 pm

it's a useful dictonary...thx

109.       Guy Ditchfield
2 posts
 10 Sep 2008 Wed 04:19 pm

Hello

I´m new to the site and already have found it useful.

I downloaded the dictionary yesterday and the ease of use, variety of words is excellent. I especially like the pop up window system that allows you to still keep your body of work on the screen.

I found though that my internet explorer pretty much stopped working, websites not opening, running extremely slowly, etc. I´m no computer expert, but, I have a 1 month old Dell XPS M1330 laptop, which I believe is pretty much top spec, it´s my work laptop.

I was wondering if I have done something wrong or if others have experienced this problem and what solutions are available?

I uninstalled it today to check and my computer is running fine again!

 

Additionally, does anyone know if it is possible to download a Turkish font/keyboard programme, so, I can practise my writing?

 

Thank you for your responses in advance.

 

Guy

110.       lady in red
6947 posts
 10 Sep 2008 Wed 04:38 pm

 

Quoting Guy Ditchfield

 

Additionally, does anyone know if it is possible to download a Turkish font/keyboard programme, so, I can practise my writing?

 

Thank you for your responses in advance.

 

Guy

 

 Information on one way to do this is on the site here  and welcome to Turkish Class btw! {#lang_emotions_flowers}

 

111.       Guy Ditchfield
2 posts
 10 Sep 2008 Wed 04:45 pm

Thank you for your quick response Lady in Red.

I´ll try that later on today.

You may also know how I can make the forum lists show the latest messages on page 1 rather than page 11?

Yours sincerely

Guy

112.       Jaymi
22 posts
 10 Sep 2008 Wed 05:43 pm

I just downloaded this today.. I am still playing with it.   It works very well on the internet web pages but I can not get it to work on notepad or wordpad.  Is it supposed to do that?  I am connected to the internet through broadband cable, so it is connected all the time.  Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

Great idea btw Admin.

113.       admin
752 posts
 14 Sep 2008 Sun 05:07 am

We are currently working on a new version of the dictionary software, it should have fixes to most of the bugs mentioned here. The work was interrupted by some unexpected problems but I am hoping to solve these and continue the work soon. Thanks a lot for letting us know about the problems you are having. 

114.       eiddie
169 posts
 15 Sep 2008 Mon 06:36 pm

 

Quoting admin

We are currently working on a new version of the dictionary software, it should have fixes to most of the bugs mentioned here. The work was interrupted by some unexpected problems but I am hoping to solve these and continue the work soon. Thanks a lot for letting us know about the problems you are having. 

 As usual Admin......awesome...

 

Size çok tesekkür ederim...Le sono davvero grato....

I am really grateful to you.....

:  >

 

115.       caliptrix
3055 posts
 12 Nov 2008 Wed 09:50 pm

Thanks for the software. I guess you wrote it by .NET Framework. I am just curious may I have the source code as well?

116.       CANLI
5084 posts
 14 Mar 2009 Sat 02:52 am

Not sure where to post this, but the word fark├â┬Żnda olmak in the dictionary translated as

appreciate, shouldnt it be

Aware of

Observe, somthing like that ?!

117.       Melek74
1506 posts
 14 Mar 2009 Sat 04:15 am

 

Quoting CANLI

Not sure where to post this, but the word fark├â┬Żnda olmak in the dictionary translated as

appreciate, shouldnt it be

Aware of

Observe, somthing like that ?!

 

 This is how it´s translated on www.tureng.com

 

´fark├â┬Żnda olmak´   
   
   
 

118.       Tazx1
434 posts
 22 Mar 2009 Sun 03:31 pm

 

Quoting CANLI

├â┬Ł am having problem downloading the NET Framework,it told me the file changed its nature,asked me either to retry or cancel,but when i retry it telling me same again What does this mean ?? :-S

 

 Be very vareful of downloading .Net Framework 3.5 !!!! The file KB967715 plays hell and keeps re-installing itself at each re-boot.  There is a bug in the installation process and your ´Antivirus´ can stop it from installing after download.  I don´t why MS have coupled Kb967715 with the .Net Framework 3.5 .... be warned.  Problem seems to be that KB967715 requires ´registry´ alteration which your ´Antivirus/Firewall´ may continue to prevent.

 

Tazx1



Edited (3/22/2009) by Tazx1 [typo]

119.       pablahol
17 posts
 01 Nov 2009 Sun 02:46 pm

Hi

I am having a problem downloading the Turkish Dictionary

it says finished i get the icons but when i use Alt double click nothing happens, any tips

Thanks

Pabla

120.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Nov 2009 Sun 02:54 pm

 

Quoting pablahol

Hi

I am having a problem downloading the Turkish Dictionary

it says finished i get the icons but when i use Alt double click nothing happens, any tips

Thanks

Pabla

 

I think it´s just not working properly at the moment - I can´t get the dictionary by clicking on text either.  I will report it to admin.  

121.       jherachel
19 posts
 07 Jul 2012 Sat 05:40 pm

its works to me now by tryıng to read all your comments and follow ıt

çok çok teşekkürler admın



Edited (7/7/2012) by jherachel

122.       pearllike
1 posts
 11 Jul 2012 Wed 02:23 pm


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123.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 30 Jul 2012 Mon 01:08 am

Could someone tell me how is telling ´´I saw a school´´ ??



Edited (7/30/2012) by nemanjasrb [i made a mistake]

124.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 30 Jul 2012 Mon 01:10 am

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

Could someone tell me how is telling ´´I saw a school´´ ??

 

 



Edited (7/30/2012) by nemanjasrb [i made a mistake]
Edited (7/30/2012) by nemanjasrb [i made a mistake]

125.       tunci
7148 posts
 30 Jul 2012 Mon 02:42 am

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

Could someone tell me how is telling ´´I saw a school´´ ??

 

You might have seen "a school" but I see that school in a wrong thread ! This thread is for "Turkish Dictionary Software" as far as I know. You should send this request into "Translation" section that you will find it by clicking on the "Forum" above.

 

Beside the joke, it can be translated as ;

" Bir okul gördüm."

 



Edited (7/30/2012) by tunci

126.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 12:14 am

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

You might have seen "a school" but I see that school in a wrong thread ! This thread is for "Turkish Dictionary Software" as far as I know. You should send this request into "Translation" section that you will find it by clicking on the "Forum" above.

Beside the joke, it can be translated as ;

" Bir okul gördüm."

Thanks,but i don´t understood why is not telling  
 Bir okulı gördüm.
On turkish is telling for example 
Evi gördüm. (I have seen a house)
There is suffix I,why there is no suffix in OKUL ??? 

 

 

 

127.       tunci
7148 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 12:26 am

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

 

 

 

 

´´I saw a school´

In your question , you saw A school.  --> school is not a specific school. It might be any school.  "a" is "bir"  and because it is NOT a definite school, it does NOT take suffix.

---------------------------------

Bir ev gördüm ---> I saw a house.

Evi gördüm ---> I saw the house.

 

128.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 05:58 pm

Write,thanks... But just one thing.. How is telling:
I saw THE school ???
Sorry if i´m boring. I´m from Serbia,and i don´t understand everything. 

129.       tunci
7148 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 06:54 pm

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

Write,thanks... But just one thing.. How is telling:
I saw THE school ???
Sorry if i´m boring. I´m from Serbia,and i don´t understand everything. 

 

Sorun değil [no problem] Nemanja. Anytime. You are not being boring.

I saw THE school    is    [Ben] Okulu gördüm.

                                  note that you dont have to say "ben" as there is already "person" indicated as "m" in  -----> "gör + dü + m [I]

 

 

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130.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 08:26 pm

 

Quoting tunci

 

 

Sorun değil [no problem] Nemanja. Anytime. You are not being boring.

I saw THE school    is    [Ben] Okulu gördüm.

                                  note that you dont have to say "ben" as there is already "person" indicated as "m" in  -----> "gör + dü + m [I]

 

 

 

OK,I understand know.. Thank you so much !

131.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 09:11 pm

Again me ..  
Here:
http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_66 
is written that in turkish exist five fundamental states , but on wikipedia is written that there is a six... Could you explain me that.. ?

132.       tunci
7148 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 09:21 pm

 

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

Again me ..  
Here:
http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_66 
is written that in turkish exist five fundamental states , but on wikipedia is written that there is a six... Could you explain me that.. ?

 

Here, 5 fundamental states [cases] were mentioned. I think you mean "genetive case" that is missing.

Bahçe [ nominative case, "garden"]

Bahçeyi [accusative case, the garden]

Bahçeye [ to the garden]

Bahçede [in  the garden]

Bahçeden [ From the garden]

Bahçenin [Bahçe´s]

 

İlgi Hali "Genitive" -(n)in -(n)ün -(n)ın -(n)un bahçenin "garden´s"

arabanın "car´s"

 




Edited (7/31/2012) by tunci

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133.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 09:30 pm

Thanks. Could you send me some lesson where there is explained were is using in,un,ün and ın?? D

134.       tunci
7148 posts
 31 Jul 2012 Tue 09:38 pm

 

Quoting nemanjasrb

Thanks. Could you send me some lesson where there is explained were is using in,un,ün and ın?? D

 

Check this out ;

http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/suffix.htm

 

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135.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 01 Aug 2012 Wed 12:11 pm

Thank you. http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_lesson_60

Now this... I don´t understand where should stay im,um,ü
m and ım. Actually i understand for um,and üm. Um is for O,U / Üm for Ö,Ü. But where is using Im and İm.. :/

136.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 01 Aug 2012 Wed 12:29 pm

Wait. I little thought. 
İM- E , İ
IM- A , I
Am I right ??  

137.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 01 Aug 2012 Wed 01:27 pm

And for genitive is:
(n)in--> E,İ
(n)ün--> Ü,Ö
(n)ın--> A,I
(n)un--> U,O
Am I right ?  

138.       nemanjasrb
507 posts
 11 Aug 2012 Sat 12:55 am

Could someone give to me correct answers for this:
http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_homework_145  
 

139.       Abla
3642 posts
 12 Aug 2012 Sun 11:07 pm

Quote:nemanjasrb

Could someone give to me correct answers for this:
http://www.turkishclass.com/turkish_homework_145  

 

Write your answer, do the best you can and submit it. Someone will evaluate and return it to you soon.

140.       looktarn01
1 posts
 03 Oct 2012 Wed 06:44 am

thanks a lot! i´ll try to use it

141.       WGroleau
24 posts
 12 Mar 2014 Wed 03:48 am

The effort is impressive, but seems to me it would be so much simpler to just have JavaScript tell the web browser to show the definition in a pop-up window.  I used to have a Javascript bookmark in Firefox the would do that with Spanish.  Highlight a word, and click it in the bookmark bar.

142.       johanna067
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 03 Feb 2015 Tue 08:33 am

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143.       toto071
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 25 Aug 2015 Tue 06:40 am

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