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silvertiger Posted - 21 April 2006 : 01:07:51
After I create my new account Entry (with its associated template) when i double slick (which I have set to "open link"), It opens the link but then fails with an error message:

"Error opening dictionary file C:\Program Files\Password Agent\\speller.tlx"

I assume that the directory it is referenceing shoud not have the "\\" or it is missing a viarable ..

any tips on why its doing this?

thanks in advance,

Silver Tiger
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Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 06 May 2006 : 15:04:13
This speller.tlx file is not used by PA, it may be used by some of your other programs that is somehow invoked when double-clicking the entry. Some program hook into other programs to provide global functionality but bthey may also behave erratically.
oracledba Posted - 21 April 2006 : 22:00:58
I'm a customer not a support person. What you describe sounds bizzare as that file doesn't exist in my installation either.
I would start by Right click on entry go into properties and examine what you have in the "link:" field. I might even go so far as to highlight the entire contents of that field doing a cntl-c to get the text into your paste buffer then clicking "start run" and doing a ctrl-v to paste the contents into the "run" box and finally then click "ok" if windows can "run" your link then I would assume thats exactly what PA is doing when you double-click the entry to "open" the link. I would assume that both should succeed or fail in an identical/similar fashion.
silvertiger Posted - 21 April 2006 : 01:10:50
On a side note, I am using version 2.3.4 with a fresh install and noticed that indeed there is no such library in that directory even if the "\\" was supposed to be there.

hope to hear form you.

Silver Tiger

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