From: Gabriel Gerhardsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Aug 02 2002 - 17:54:40 EDT
On Fri, 2002-08-02 at 23:02, Christian Biesinger wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 02, 2002 at 10:50:38PM +0200, Gabriel Gerhardsson wrote:
> > How useful is this, really?
> > How often do you run into a new language, for which you need a new
> > dictionary?
> hm... probably not that often...
> > I can clearly see the benefit of such a feature, but isn't it a bit
> > overkill?
> maybe it is. it just comes to my mind everytime I open World.abw on a
> system w/o the dictionaries :)
=) That is quite an extreme document. And the downloading only has to be
> or other suggestion: [ ] Always download the dictionary
> what about this? ([ ] should indicate a checkbox if it isn't obvious :) )
Yeah, that's a natural and easy to do feature. To begin with it can be
done as a pref. Very easy.
> > > Also, somewhat related, do not display a seperate dialog for each of the
> > > languages without a dictionary. Display a single dialog. The user can only
> > > click OK anyway, so there should be no problem with this.
> > This is, IMHO, a more useful feature. And a lot easier to implement.
> > (It's not as easy as it may seem tho)
> Yeah, this one would be even more useful, I agree. So if you would have
> time for it... (or someone else, for that matter)
As I said, my spare time will be very limited... :(
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