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    Default WeDict
    Just a heads up that WeDict is now available for FREE in the App Store!

    (For those who don't know what it is, it's a dictionary application)
    Last edited by billchase2; 2008-07-14 at 07:43 AM.
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    it's a premiere dictionary app developed by Weiphone dev team.

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    english-chinese only , that sucks

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    That would be great. It's better than paying $30 for the other ones.
    Last edited by Jeckel; 2008-07-14 at 04:23 PM.

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    You can add dictionary from stardict manually.

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    First time I opened this on my 2G iPhone it crashed and sent me back to the launcher. After a full-reboot, I'm able to search for words but no definition is displayed on the screen. Any ideas?

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    For the post below.

    Got to the settings in the WeDict and choose "WordNet (r) 2.0"

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    I found the directory where you can add dictionaries. /private/var/mobile/Applications/9A5...
    You'll find WeDict in there. That's where you dump additional dictionaries, I think. Lastly, remember to set the permissions correctly (755 works)
    Last edited by iphoneguy2007; 2008-07-22 at 07:49 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  10. #10 just sounds funny to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sullivan0930 View Post just sounds funny to say.
    ROFL glad to see I'm not the only one that felt that way

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    I downloaded some dictionaries, untar them, and got 3 files for each (, .idx and .ifo). However, just dropping them in the /private/var/mobile/Applications/9A5... /WeDict folder does not work.

    I also noticed, the default chinese dictionary has different extentions in that folder (.dict, .idx and .idxc).

    We are mising something...

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    Sorry guys, my wedict just crapped out today after I rebooted. I surmise it had something to do with the signature / app certification process, but I'm not entirely sure.

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    So I've got a few dictionaries downloaded on weDict on 1.1.4. Do you think I can copy the .dict, .idx and .idxc files to my computer and then SSH them over once I upgrade and jailbreak 2.0? Anyone know if those are the only 3 files needed to add a dictionary to weDict?

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    Tracsim, that is exactly what I tried to do. It worked and wedict recognized the dictionaries and i was able to search for words and read the definitions, but after a reboot, the app would only crash ...

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    Installing the dictionaries via SSH is working fine for me, with no problems after reboot.

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    I miss importing your own dictionaries.. maybe you could do that over wifi in a future release?

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    DaveiPhone, do you install the 3 files (per dictionary) into the main app folder? or somewhere else? Thanks

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    Yes iphoneguy2007, just into the main app folder works for me.

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    I too go thro the same as rajputro does!.did u rectify?or anyone could help
    Last edited by tsr; 2008-07-25 at 06:03 PM.

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