Eric may read it but I doubt it will make any difference. As I wrote a month or
two ago in this thread, v2 was freeware, v4 is $$ware. Cost increases to an app
that is already a back burner product at Fookes software is not gonna happen.
It took 3 years to go from v4,5 to v4.9, another year to release v4.95, and
more years to release v5.0. The pace has since picked up slightly as it only
took another 3 years to get to v6.0 plus one more to v6.2 in Jan 2010.
the changes from v4 to v5 were more significant than from v5 to v6. I suspect
that the only changes we will see are maintenance releases to keep up with
new Windows releases from Microsoft.
At 08/04/2011 02:14, you wrote:
>--- In <mailto:notetab%40yahoogroups.com>firstname.lastname@example.org,
> > I am quite discouraged to find that the ADDICT 2.0 dictionaries
> > used by NoteTab are not user-editable.
>I agree with Bruce. If the NT spell checker would use the latest ADDICT 4
>technology we probably had a useful tool for editing DCT files: the
>"Dictionary Wizard" (see
>I got this information from Addictive Software:
>"We stopped work on Addict 2 almost 12 years ago - so this is something
>you really need to address with the Notetab Author.
>Dictionary Wizard does not work with Addict 2 Dictionaries - it is
>designed for Applications that use Addict 4.
>No there is nothing similar for Addict 2 :(
>Last updates to Addict 2 Dictionaries at:
>I hope Eric Fookes will read this ;-)