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Old 11-30-2012, 06:18 AM   #241
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latin expressions

hi,
from this link

http://files.bookfast.org/pb/dictionaries/latin-rus.zip

i've extracted the file latin-expr.dic (latin expressions)

unfortunately for me is in russian language

did anybody know whether there is the same file but with english?

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Old 01-16-2013, 08:47 AM   #242
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hi

someone who successfully converted their dictionary in pb .dic could tell me what excatly is the source format, or give me a slice of the source dictionary?

I'd like to try to convert my dictionary (pdf and .ipa dictionary for ipad) to pb .dic

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Here is my latin-german source. I always use the txt-format for many dictionaries i.e. the en-en-dictionary at
http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=190769

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Old 01-19-2013, 12:31 PM   #244
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Here is my latin-german source. I always use the txt-format for many dictionaries i.e. the en-en-dictionary at
http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=190769

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Thank you very much Ronny!
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Old 01-20-2013, 11:00 AM   #245
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hi Ronny

so it's so easy?

three blank spaces between lemma and definition and that's all?

wonderful!

I've downloaded you English dictionary. In the latin one you don't use bold for the lemma. Why?

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Old 01-20-2013, 12:37 PM   #246
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Actually two spaces are enough

Nice indeed SIRSteiner
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:55 PM   #247
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and I can use

<br> for line break
<p> fon blank line
<i> </i> for italic
<b> </b> fro bold

right?
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In the latin one you don't use bold for the lemma. Why?
There is no reason. I don't know why...

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There is no reason. I don't know why...

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find: pb/converter made it bold by himself


i'm at a good point in my ipad->pb dic conversion

I've une big issue:

field ar made by html tag like
Code:
<td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td>
where the pattern is

AA AA BBB BBB C C DDDDDD DDDDDD (see a slice below)

where I would delete each duplicated so to have

AA BBB C DDDDDD

How could I do it?

any clou?
thanks
Paolo


---- example ---

Code:
><table border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><table border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tr bgcolor="#E5E5E5"><tr bgcolor="#E5E5E5">   <td colspan="3" align="center">Neutro</td>   <td colspan="3" align="center">Neutro</td></tr><tr></tr><tr>   <td width="20%"> </td>   <td width="20%"> </td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Singolare</td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Singolare</td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td></tr><tr></tr><tr>   <td width="20%" bgcolor="#E5E5E5" align="left">Nominativo<br>Genitivo<br>Dativo<br>Accusativo<br>Vocativo<br>Ablativo</td>   <td width="20%" bgcolor="#E5E5E5" align="left">Nominativo<br>Genitivo<br>Dativo<br>Accusativo<br>Vocativo<br>Ablativo</td>   <td width="40%" align="left"><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">i</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">o</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">o</span></td>   <td width="40%" align="left"><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">i</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">o</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">um</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">o</span></td>   <td width="40%" align="left"><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">?rum</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">is</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">is</span></td>   <td width="40%" align="left"><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">?rum</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">is</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">a</span><br><span class="radice">abrupt</span><span class="desinenza">is</span></td></tr><tr></tr><tr>   <td colspan="3"> </td>   <td colspan="3"> </td>
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Old 01-25-2013, 05:38 PM   #250
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I there, i'm new in this forum. An answer about the dictionary for the Pocketbook basic 613: it's possible to download a dictionary in a different language a part the defaul dictionary?
I'm sorry for my bad english!

I try to red the topic, but it s not easy!
In particulary I need a English-italian and Spanish-italian dictionary

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Old 01-29-2013, 06:36 AM   #251
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I there, i'm new in this forum. An answer about the dictionary for the Pocketbook basic 613: it's possible to download a dictionary in a different language a part the defaul dictionary?
I'm sorry for my bad english!

I try to red the topic, but it s not easy!
In particulary I need a English-italian and Spanish-italian dictionary
hi, at post #115 e #177 you find english-italian (installed but not tested) and a good italia vocabulary

per installarli estrai i files, individua quelli con estensione .dic e copiali nella directory del lettore [drive]:system/dictionaries

per linux [punto di mount]/mnt/ext1/system/dictionaries
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Thank so much! But there is some risk to install this dictionary i my reader? I can use this dictionary during a read book like the default dictionary?
Last question.. the are no one dictionary Spanish-Italian?

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Old 01-31-2013, 02:22 AM   #253
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No risks, dictionary will either work or not. During reading you can swap between all installed dics.

Sorry, no clue about ES-IT
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find: pb/converter made it bold by himself


i'm at a good point in my ipad->pb dic conversion

I've une big issue:

field ar made by html tag like
Code:
<td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td>   <td width="40%" align="left">Plurale</td>
where the pattern is

AA AA BBB BBB C C DDDDDD DDDDDD (see a slice below)

where I would delete each duplicated so to have

AA BBB C DDDDDD

How could I do it?

any clou?
thanks
Paolo

find! easier than easy!

for anyone who is making his own dictionary crafting any existent one:

see in the last part of this doc (unfortunately works only with Word as I can saw):

http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/w...102350661.aspx

the use of (*^13)\1@


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Hi,

I found lots of dictionaries here: http://www.dicts.info/uddl.php
Is there any way to convert it to .dic on Linux?

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