@burnout426 Just sorted it. Now working and offering a variety of English language dictionaries. I suspect I had an error in the file name (en_gb.zip). My fault. Thanks for your confirmation of method.
@joshl said in General Chat:
Speaking of English, there is a question.
What is the most peculiar and/or difficult dialect of English to understand? Either by most English speakers or foreigners? South American? Aussie? Pakistani?
It probably depends mostly on the background and language-culture of the listener. For example, someone from the UK would probably have an easier time understanding someone from the hinterlands of Australia than would somebody from the Creole areas of the US southlands. Especially rural or isolated regions of a nation often develop peculiar vocabulary, terminology, and word pronunciations that render full understanding of certain speech difficult, even by others within the same nation.
@leocg said in Streaming doesn't work anymore:
What OS do you have?
I bet XP too...
Downloaded and installed the very last version of a browser evermore to be compatible with XP. And it's not Opera, and I had some trouble yesterday with the latter.
Okay. You may be right. There's no way to really determine it one way or the other. My suspicion is that it is a service that they won't be providing so I suppose the conversation is moot. Stay strong, Leo.
I'd suggest a VPN like the ibVPN extension for Opera. I know Opera has a built in VPN but ibVPN is very fast and hardly effects transfer speeds at all. It does cost about $10 a month but well worth it, imo.
If I go to someplace like India and get a rejection page, I just click the ibVPN extension, select India in the country server list and refresh the page. I'm in. Easiest and quickest VPN I'm ever used.