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How to install a dictionary

Can someone please tell me how to install this dictionary without breaking the portability. I once tried installing another one with its installer but it broke the spell check and the portability.

http://www.justlocal.com.au/clients/oooau/

many thanks

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should be simple

with the new version 3

there it is kind of addon. I did not regshot it, but looks to me it is just stored in on the stick. I had so far no problems on the portable versions.

The version2 had some kind of wizard which went to download it from somewhere, but also here I had not impression it will make some mess on the host, thought I did not investigate properly.

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I'm now having trouble trying

I'm now having trouble trying to download from the site I directed to. Its asking me for a password and username. Did you have this come up?

EDIT: Scratch that. I just found a dictionary on the official OO extension site with know download issues. Thanks for help Smile

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yes official oo

site will do it similar way as mozilla doing with the addons.

I think for the earlier OO, one still has to download it from somewhere and install separately, or use the wizard supplied (needs java).
Since the wizard does not exist in OO3, I assume the correct way is via the 'addon' website of the OO

Otto Sykora
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