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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Gert on 17. July 2017, 19:13:02 »
From a quick look the configuration in DfM-Creator seems ok for me.

Still, in the dictionary strings such as "<c>", "<blockquote>" and "&lt" need to be replaced in column 2. DictionaryForMIDs does not know any of these strings and when you use the dictionary then this will be displayed as plain text.

When you convert the dictionary from the source, you need to convert/filter strings like "<c>", "<blockquote>", ...

Regards,
Gert
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Itman on 17. July 2017, 18:54:29 »
It did not change anything. But maybe I am doing something else wrong?



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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Gert on 17. July 2017, 18:32:14 »
Hmmm, that is probably something that should be looked at by Karim (the developer of DfM-Creator).

You simple could set it to 1 for language1; this should not disturb.

Regards,
Gert
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Itman on 17. July 2017, 18:27:29 »
The creator doesnt let me to have 0 declarations in Language 1
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Itman on 17. July 2017, 18:14:47 »
language1 (= column 1) does not have content declarations -> Language-1 number of content declarations = 0


Its not possible. Each time I save it, it jumps back to Language -1 (3) and Language -2 (0)
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Gert on 17. July 2017, 18:11:53 »
language1 (= column 1) does not have content declarations -> Language-1 number of content declarations = 0
language2 (= column 2) does have content declarations -> Language-2 number of content declarations = 2 or 3 (or other value)

Strings such as "<c>", "<blockquote>" and "&lt" need to be replaced in column 2.

Regards,
Gert
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Itman on 17. July 2017, 17:58:16 »
What am I doing wrong?



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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Gert on 17. July 2017, 17:22:55 »
Example from your last screenshot:

Source:
[ b][c blue]Abartung[/c][/b]

Convert for DfM to:
[01Abartung]

To make "Abartung" bold and blue (assuming it is the column for language2):
language2Content01FontStyle:bold
language2Content01FontColour:0,0,255



Here is the complete example from http://dictionarymid.sourceforge.net/DfM-Creator/newdictContent.html:

Content tags for the dictionaries

In the dictionaries the content parts are marked with the following syntax:

Each content has a start delimiter at the beginning and an end delimiter at the end.

Start delimiter:
[NN
where NN is the content number. This needs to be a two-digit number !

End delimiter:
]

To use a [ or ] character in the text (without content syntax) a \ (backslash) must be prepended:  \[ and \]
A newline-character is \n and a tab-character is \t

Here is an example for a language2 column:

dictionary [01dikshionari] [02noun] [03\nA book that contains translations for words.]
(Content numbers are boldfaced only for didactical purposes)
In that example the following properties are declared:

language2Content01DisplayText:contentPronunciation
language2Content02DisplayText:contentGrammaticalCategory
language2Content03DisplayText:contentNotes
 

Contents can also be nested. Example:

dictionary [01dikshionari] [03\nA book that contains translations for words. [02noun]\nAlso exists in electronic form]
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Itman on 17. July 2017, 16:51:04 »
Sorry I dont get it. Look at my first screenshot. I mark bold with <b> </b> how should I tell the languageXContentNNDisplayText to mark it bold?

Yes I mean back to the input file.
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DfM-Creator - DictionaryGeneration / Re: Is this file good for conversion?
« Last post by Gert on 17. July 2017, 16:46:28 »
1.  merriam webster
Say, what do you mean by "convert it back to txt"? Does this mean how to convert it in a format that is readable by DfM-Creator ("Input CSV file").


2. Italics etc.
You can define italics etc. via the Contents. From http://dictionarymid.sourceforge.net/DfM-Creator/newdictContent.html:

languageXContentNNFontStyle
Defines the font style for the content. Allowed values are provided in the ComboBoxes as follows:
bold
italic
underlined
plain

Examples from the screen-shot:

language1Content01FontStyle:plain
language1Content02FontStyle:italic

language2Content01FontStyle:bold
language2Content02FontStyle:italic

language3Content01FontStyle:underlined
language3Content02FontStyle:bold

This property is optional, the default value is plain.
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