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I am sorry I did find a English(UK) dictionary.

On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 9:57 PM, Rajesh Sankar R <>wrote:

Hi Tim,
   I did have a look at the DVD contents. The dictionary contains almost
all the major languages in India. I guess it must be enough. I would like to
receive the archive containing the CSS and images. I would also like to
confirm with you if I can create an unique DVD book art, and CD art. Here in
India we use English(UK), I would like to know if there is a dictionary on

On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 11:19 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions
<> wrote:

You might want to look at what the North American Community DVD Project is
working on.
We took the idea that was started by the German group and modified it for
the North American region.

Right now we have English-only, Spanish-only [alpha testing], with
French-only being worked on offline.
We have our primary Windows/Linux/MacOSX DVD plus a Windows-only DVD.

This is the link to the English 3.3.2 DVD testing pages

This is the link to the main portal page where you can look at what it
being worked on that is being tested online.

We have the 3.3.2 install version of our DVD[s], and working on a 3.4.x
DVD as well.

We have the Install files, Documentation, Extensions and Dictionaries,
Templates, Artwork and Galleries, plus some extra software packages.

This may give you an idea of what can be done for a DVD.  If you want to
use the same format as we do, which is based off the original DVD style from
the Germans, we can send you archives of the needed files and folders for
the CSS and images.

You might want to look at the dictionary list we have.  The large list,
below the small one, has as many dictionaries I could find.  Since there are
many languages and dialects in India, I hope there are a few in this list
that would be helpful for the students of your college.  As far as I have
been told, or read, there are ways to create simple dictionaries from word
lists.  So if you need a dictionary for a language/dialect, all you need to
start is a large enough word list.  There should be enough documentation
online, somewhere, to give you the information to go from that point.

Let me/us know what you think.

Tim Lungstrom
webmaster, and lead DVD editor for the North American Community DVD
dedicated to Canadian, US American, Mexican, Latin American users [north
to south].

Rajesh Sankar.R

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