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** Reply to message from Peter Hillier-Brook <> on Thu, 10
Feb 2011 17:23:03 +0000

On 10/02/2011 03:09, Cliff Scott wrote:

I did a "modify" install and all dictionaries except EN were already
marked not to install. There were no options to remove them in the
Extension list. These unwanted extensions are all kinds of
dictionaries like Russian, Vietnamese, Swiss and many more. Why are
they there when the install program was instructed not to install
them? Does anyone else see this?


Yes! It's bl***y annoying, isn't it? I tried a root login (and admin in 
Win 7) to no avail so it's not just a permissions thing. I suppose a bit 
of manual hacking would fix it, but I don't really want to waste my time 
on that.


Thanks for the response. At least I'm not the only one. I suppose I could go
into the Extension directory and delete the files, but if there's some index
somewhere that now doesn't match up with the contents it may cause other


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