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Old 01-13-2008, 11:24 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by adelheid View Post
I just placed the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary on the SD card, but when I try the lookup mode from within a mobipocket book, it tells me no dictionary is available for this language (which is English).
Do you know where I have to place the dictionary to make it available?
Did you specify the dictionary in the reader preferences?

Here using Reader 5.3 under Palm OS, Preferences/General/Dictionary defaults to Auto, but can be used to specify the dictionary file to use. If that's left unspecified, I get a "can't help you" message doing a lookup. If I specify the dictionary, things work as expected.

Ebooks here are on a card in /Ebooks, but Mobi is capable of looking for them and finding them where ever they are placed.
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