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On the Releases Notes page for 4.0.4rc1 under the
installation notes for Windows it says: "Duden Korrektor will work with
this version only if you put the stlport_vc7145.dll from 3.6.x
installation somewhere in your %PATH%. Note that you will have to have
also MSVCR90.DLL installed on your system."

Duden Korrektor seems to be something in German, but the best
translation to English I can get is something like "Google Corrector".
What does "Duden Korrektor" mean in English?

This is a Release Candidate not a developer snapshot, so why are we
asking end users, willing to test our proposed release, to move dlls
around and make additions to the %PATH% ?


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