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Discuss [weDict] dictionaries for iphone at the Free Toolchain Software (Cydia App's) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by howard3849 are u referring to this post? http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showpost...3&postcount=56 can u be specific ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by howard3849 View Post
    are u referring to this post?
    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showpost...3&postcount=56

    can u be specific on where u're stuck? u know the giant "WyabdcRealPeopleTTS" folder is actually made up of voice files (in .wav file format), one for each word and one folder for each letter. u can debug ur work by creating the file structure with only empty folders (e.g. just the "a" folder), and upload just one sound file for one word (e.g. "abacus.wav"), and keep winscp still running, iphone still connected to mac/pc, and go to iphone and open wedict to search for that word and press the sound btn to see if it will sound. if it doesn't, then u're doing something wrong still; try move the file structure and/or the word file around and try again.

    u do not need to be concerned that u created the "a" folder within "WyabdcRealPeopleTTS" with only one file ("abacus.wav") inside. the fact that u only have one sound file only means that only that word will have pronunciation ability. the more sound files u add will make these words soundable too. so, this is a great way to debug ur work gradually.

    remember the WyabdcRealPeopleTTS directory needs to be completely decompressed to the point the WyabdcRealPeopleTTS folder has 24 folders from a to z, and each folder has tens or hundred of individual .wav files. then u can selectively upload the sound files to the wedict directory using winscp (keeping the WyabdcRealPeopleTTS file structure).
    Just realized what happened.
    I had some dicts installed in the directory /private/var/root/library/wedict and some in the other dir private/var/mobile/library/wedict...
    Moved everything to the second dir and now it works.
    Thanks again for your help and patience

    P.s. Now it takes way long to look for the words ...
    Last edited by chris2k; 02-27-2008 at 11:15 AM.


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    Does anyone know if there is an English -> Cantonese dictionary file that work with this? I'm currently taking canto classes and would love to have a portable solution when I don't have wi-fi (since I did find an online only dictionary, cantodict). Since its a conversational class it would have to be in either Yale or Jyutping (essentially Cantonese Pinyin) for me to understand it...

    All I know is I didn't find anything in this thread or in installer

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    >P.s. Now it takes way long to look for the words...

    for firmware 1.1.3 users, today (2/27/08) laoren has posted a "weDict 1.1.3 fix v.1.0" which fix the slow searching problem. it is worth a try.

    also today, laoren posted a slew of language dictionaries on its source (http://app.weiphone.com/installer/", worth seeing. now there is no need to do the manual labor in building the dictionaries from stardict yourself.

    and ste also updated all dictionaries in the installer>dictionary dirctory so the dictionaries are now placed properly in the /mobile/ directory (for 1.1.3 iphones).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rotorite View Post
    I just installed V0.9 however I am using it as an english/japanese dictionary. When I look up things the definitions are all smushed together (due to lack of better wording). Is there any way to fix this?
    i just installed the english-japanese dictionary by ste and didn't see the smushing problem u're facing. i'm using wedict 0.9, and 1.1.3 iphone. did u try to see if u have japanese/chinese font installed in Settings->General->International.
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    I see no settings for fonts but I do have them enabled as keyboards. I can view japanese and chinese fonts on phone. It is just the spacing of the definitions in wedict=(

    Edit1: Problem solved. Anyone else having this problem can open style.css in the wedict.app folder and add "line-height: 14pt" or whatever size pt works best for you to the "div.content" heading. Hope this works for anyone else that has this problem.
    Last edited by rotorite; 02-28-2008 at 08:29 AM. Reason: Solved


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    Quote Originally Posted by howard3849 View Post
    >P.s. Now it takes way long to look for the words...

    for firmware 1.1.3 users, today (2/27/08) laoren has posted a "weDict 1.1.3 fix v.1.0" which fix the slow searching problem. it is worth a try.

    also today, laoren posted a slew of language dictionaries on its source (http://app.weiphone.com/installer/", worth seeing. now there is no need to do the manual labor in building the dictionaries from stardict yourself.

    and ste also updated all dictionaries in the installer>dictionary dirctory so the dictionaries are now placed properly in the /mobile/ directory (for 1.1.3 iphones).
    Thanks for those infos !
    Am installing the patch right now.
    Btw I still have to do the manual labor for the dictionaries, as there are no dicts in italian

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    Default weDict 0.9 on 1.1.4 no installed dictionaries

    I am new to iPhone and have 1.1.4 firmware. I installed weDict 0.9 using Installer.app and then downloaded several dictionaries the same way, but none of them show up in my "local dictionaries" list. I have tried everything but nothing seems to work. Can anyone provide some guidance? I have written to the developers but they don't respond.

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    request - ability to re-order the dictionaries.

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    Request - a medical dictionary. There are claims of having medical dictionaries that are downloadable, but reviews on other forums say that these are not useful at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlg84 View Post
    I am new to iPhone and have 1.1.4 firmware. I installed weDict 0.9 using Installer.app and then downloaded several dictionaries the same way, but none of them show up in my "local dictionaries" list. I have tried everything but nothing seems to work. Can anyone provide some guidance? I have written to the developers but they don't respond.
    are u using installer>dictionaries posted by "ste"? or are u using other sources. firmware 113/114 require the downloaded dictionaries be placed in the mobile directory and not the root directory. if u know how to work SSH or WinSCP, just move the dictionaries from /private/var/root/Library/weDict/ to /private/var/mobile/Library/weDict/ and your dictionaries will appear.
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