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Old 06-29-2014, 09:04 AM   #1
Shiyuan Chen
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Question How can I remove the useless word from ubuntu sun pinyin list?


I am a Chinese student ,14 now,I deleted Windows from my pc and change to use ubuntu Linux.
After I had typos,the sun pinyin will remember them.So,how to delete the wrong words from my sun pinyin typing list?
 
Old 06-29-2014, 09:09 PM   #2
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I have never had a need for this program, but I will take a shot in the dark, based on what I know about how Linux works.

If you use the locate command ("locate sun-pinyin" I think would be the syntax), you should get back a list of all the sun-pinyin files. From this, you might be able to figure out the location of the dictionary so you can edit it. It's probably in /usr/share or /usr/lib (or the equivalents). Sadly, I am not competent to translate this to another language.

Again, this is just a shot in the dark. I have no idea whether it will work.

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