thank you too for your reply. Just missed it before, that's why I didn't
respond to you.
I do use Linux (Mint-Mate Rebecca actually) and I do make use of PLUMA
combined with writer.
The file I now have is ready for use with OmegaT as a glossary which is
exactly what I needed desperately, I will later see if I will make a TMX out
of it too.
But one thought is still in my head though.
I do NOT need the following, but a colleague asked me for it.
Perhaps you or Brian or someone else could help me with it since I have no
idea how to do it.
I spent the last few hours reading the documentation but I obviously am too
dump to get it done.
My friend wants a very simple standalone form for his desktop, which uses
this newly created text-file or a calc -file as dbase, to search for a word
and get all the definitions where this word occurs.
So, it should be a small form with 2 fields, one small entry field for the
search and a much larger field (window) where the answer appears.
Do you think you and Brian could help me with that too?
I would be most grateful as will be my friend.
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