Simplictionary – A simple dictionary reader for N9/N950 (Harmattan)

Simplictionary is a simple reader for dictionaries in XDXF format. It is almost entirely written in QML (except the usual launcher part and a tiny helper class for getting a list of installed dictionaries from the filesystem).

You can download it from the homepage:
http://simplictionary.garage.maemo.org/

As usual, comments and feedback are highly appreciated. Please also note that Simplictionary isn’t in any way optimized performance-wise. Neither do I expect to get the time to optimize it. It’s a pretty quick hack to display dictionaries in XDXF format as this was what I needed at the moment. I still hope some of you will find it useful. 😉

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2 Responses to Simplictionary – A simple dictionary reader for N9/N950 (Harmattan)

  1. andy says:

    can i extract files from my cd”oxford advanced learner english dictionary” to use it in your dictionary reader simplitionary?

    if yes, how do i do it?

    • ruedigergad says:

      Thanks for your feedback.
      There is at least one tool I know that allows you to convert between different dictionary formats. I don’t know if the format used by the dictionary you mention is supported, though.
      I added a short description on how to use this converter tool to the Simplictionary homepage.
      Please let me know how this works for you.

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