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Old 02-09-2005, 11:43 PM   #1
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Question iFinger Popup Dictionary

Can anybody tell me how to get iFinger engine to work in Linux. I could install it using WINE but it stalls when the application starts.
In windows, this runs in background (in system tray) and can be activated by clicking on system tray icon or using a defined key combination. Doesnít WINE allow this?
For your information:
iFinger Popup Dictionary engine is a very handy tool I found. You can lookup for any selectable text appear on screen with a single key combination. It supports many published dictionaries. I use Oxford English Dictionary. They offer Merriam-Webster Concise Dictionary for free Try it at . And almost all other dictionaries are available for a trial period. Itís an impressive tool indeed. But, it does not support Linux.
If you know of any similar Linux application, let us know.
Thank you and best regards


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