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Installing Dictionaries on Thunderbird 0.3 Windows Xp

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Post Posted December 1st, 2003, 7:51 am

When I tried to install the spanish dictionary via extension dialog, with a limited user account, it seems to installed successfully. Altougth, when I use the spell checker, only appear the default (english) dictionary in the language menu.

Installing the dictionary with administrator accounts, it works. Is there no way for each user be able to install its own dictionaries, even if the user is a limited one?

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Post Posted December 1st, 2003, 8:16 am

Try downloading the 2 dictionary files seperately or copying them from elsewhere to your desktop. Then try opening the program files>thunderbird>components>myspell folder and copying them in there.
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Post Posted March 13th, 2004, 6:38 am

amo_a_mayerling wrote:When I tried to install the spanish dictionary via extension dialog, with a limited user account, it seems to installed successfully. Altougth, when I use the spell checker, only appear the default (english) dictionary in the language menu.

Installing the dictionary with administrator accounts, it works. Is there no way for each user be able to install its own dictionaries, even if the user is a limited one?

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