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Old 11-20-2012, 02:26 PM   #6
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If I understand correctly, you are not invoking python, but simply calling "penelope.py" that your Windows shell opens as a text file.

Assuming you added the python bin to your $PATH***, try cd to that directory and then:

Code:
python penelope.py -p English-German -f en -t de
as written in http://www.albertopettarin.it/penelope.html. Note that you must set "de" as the "to" language, if your dictionary is indeed from English to German.



*** To test whether you added python to your $PATH, try opening the interactive console:
Code:
python
(you can exit writing "quit()" --- without quotes )

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