NovAlf Outstanding Contributor.
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Naming (copied) and installing additional dictionaries

Hi again!
(1) During Groupwise 2014 client setup installed dictionaries is in GUIi named correctly, I mean – English-U.S. standing for en_us etc. But when I add dictionary by just copying it to installed client (for instance files et_EE) then GW does show it as ET_EE. It's ok, because it (GW) probably does not know nothing about how to name it. But ... how can I "tell" GW client to name it as Estonian (or Eesti etc.)?
(2) Also, can I set additional dictionaries to install during default (unattended) setup? For instance this et_EE?
More thanks, Alar.
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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: Naming (copied) and installing additional dictionaries

Alar,

see my reply to your other message.

Uwe

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NovAlf Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Naming (copied) and installing additional dictionaries

Hi and thanks!
But when I already have GW installed ... and want to add dict's? With correct naming to appear?
Also, as I mentioned, Estonian is not listed, but it is possible to use Estonian etc, languages dict's, but ... how to hind a place to set name to appear correctly.
More thanks, Alar.
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NovAlf Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Naming (copied) and installing additional dictionaries

Sorry, meant "find", not "hind". Anyway, copying dictionary files will do for "known" languages also for naming appear correctly via GUI. Maybe it's hardcoded and "other" languages dict's just appear as ET_EE etc.
Alar.
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