On 06/19/2012 01:11 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :) If you do try using them then you might realise how good they
are. If you don't try them then you can only make guesses.
From what i have seen on these lists we have had a lot of problems
with the default dictionaries but only 1 with the ones on the NA
site and that 1 was fixed within hours (possibly minutes) of being
Really? Have you actually looked at the .dic file?
[downloaded this morning]
defencive <==== looks like a 'c' to me
and searching on 'defens':
No 'defensive' there.
Now let's have a look at 'offen':
offencive <==== woops, looks like a 'c' to me.
Nope. No 'offensive' there.
No offence, but it doesn't appear "fixed" to me.
Regards from Tom :)
--- On Tue, 19/6/12, NoOp <...> wrote:
For some reason, I am somewhat wary of those:
"The following are the word list sizes that will be available for
the different English languages that are part of the diffeerent
"kpp" English language sets:"
That, and the fact that no license (licence) nor attribution to the
original .dic and/or .aff etc., author(s) is provided.
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