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Grant Barrett commented on 28 Feb 2008
To use this:

Quit Dictionary.app.

Open the DMG file

Run the installer.

When the installer is done, Dictionary.app should launch. If it doesn't, launch it.

You should see "WORDS" in the row under the icon bar of the Dictionary app. If you have a lot of dictionaries installed, it may be off-screen to the right--you'll have to click the little symbol there to see the rest of the installed dictionaries.

If you don't see it there, go to Dictionary.app preferences and make sure there's a check mark in the box to the left of "WORDS." It should now appear there when you get out of preferences.
[Version 1.0]



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Grant Barrett tipped on 23 Mar 2006
In order to get this version of QuickSynergy to work with the latest binary releases from the SourceForge project (if, for example, you want to use QuickSynergy with Windows or Linux and not just with another OS X machine), you can easily do so. First, download and decompress the latest OS X version of Synergy from http://synergy2.sourceforge.net/. Then right click on the QuickSynergy application on your computer, and choose "Show Package Contents" from the contextual menu. Go into QuickSynergy.app/Contents/Resources. In there you will find two files (among others) named "synergyc" and "synergys." Replace those two files with the identically named files from the Synergy Sourceforge download. Close the package window. QuickSynergy should now work as usual.
[Version 0.5]



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