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Thread: How to add new Dictionaries to Stardict on OpenSuse 12.3

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    Default How to add new Dictionaries to Stardict on OpenSuse 12.3

    I had installed Stardict on my system. I copied some new Dic to Stardict in this way: copy dic to /usr/share/stardict/dic
    After I restart my program, I can see them on my ManageDics. However, when I created a new group and put my new Oxford dic to my group. It worked and present time but when a quit and launch Stardict again. Every gone! Please help me some solution! Thanks
    P/S: i want to add some picture to shows my problem but i can choose it from my computer =.=

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    Default Re: How to add new Dictionaries to Stardict on OpenSuse 12.3

    Quote Originally Posted by littlecow_k35 View Post
    I had installed Stardict on my system. I copied some new Dic to Stardict in this way: copy dic to /usr/share/stardict/dic
    After I restart my program, I can see them on my ManageDics. However, when I created a new group and put my new Oxford dic to my group. It worked and present time but when a quit and launch Stardict again. Every gone! Please help me some solution! Thanks
    P/S: i want to add some picture to shows my problem but i can choose it from my computer =.=
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    Default Re: How to add new Dictionaries to Stardict on OpenSuse 12.3

    Thanks for your reply!
    I added Dic in my Stardict

    After I quit and launch it again, It disappear!

    Please share if you have any ideas, thanks a lot!

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    Default Re: How to add new Dictionaries to Stardict on OpenSuse 12.3

    I'm sorry but I had add my picture in above reply but it doesn't work!
    I'm a newbie in OpenSuse because I had just been using Ubuntu before.
    This is my link SUSE Paste

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