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Old 12-19-2012, 08:19 AM   #18
andrusz
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Poland
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Originally Posted by tshering
I too considered listing all the conjugated forms in the dictionary, but decided for me that this is to much work compared to the possible gain. Since there is only a limited number of possibilities, it is in most regular cases rather easy to find the corresponding dictionary form to a given conjugated form.
I agree.
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Originally Posted by tshering
With the Japanese and the French dictionary, unfortunately, there does not open a dictionary screen for typing a word, at least under FW 2.1.5. But I am sure this bug will be removed one day. By the way, this bug does not concern my dictionaries. So you can use them as a back up to your dictionary for such cases.
What do you mean "this bug does not concern my dictionaries"? Can I search typing a word with a keyboard while using your dictionary?

For me the most annoying issue is marking a word for search while reading a book. Kobo should be able to recognize kanji compounds but it cannot not and selecting more than one kanji with a finger is very difficult

Last edited by andrusz; 12-19-2012 at 08:23 AM.
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