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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

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