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padeitsh

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Pennsylvania German Dictionary (Amish)
« on: 10. November 2013, 14:40:21 »
I have been working on an English / Pennsylvania German Dictionary. I am using seperate input files and it generated the dictionary. However it is case sensitive. From reading this forum it looks like I should be able to fix this by using a normation class or update class, whenever I try that an error pops up during generation and no dictionary is generated. I am not sure what I am doing wrong as I am fairly new to technology. Any help is appreciated.

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Re: Pennsylvania German Dictionary (Amish)
« Reply #1 on: 10. November 2013, 15:26:26 »
Yes, choose the right Normation class, it will handle upper/lower case for searching.

Probably for English you should use NormationEng, for German use NormationGer, e.g.:

Code: [Select]
language1NormationClassName: de.kugihan.dictionaryformids.translation.normation.NormationEng
language2NormationClassName: de.kugihan.dictionaryformids.translation.normation.NormationGer

If this does not solve the problem, please print the exact error message.

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Re: Pennsylvania German Dictionary (Amish)
« Reply #2 on: 11. November 2013, 02:41:36 »
Thank you Gert. I tried that and worked great.

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Re: Pennsylvania German Dictionary (Amish)
« Reply #3 on: 12. November 2013, 06:47:03 »
Fine !

When you are done with setting up your dictinonary, would it be possible that you send it to Stars Soft (see http://dictionarymid.sourceforge.net/contact.html) for publishing on our web site ?

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