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Jul 12, 2006

^^ndstitle-1110^^ by Dirtie at 12:01 AM (4,934 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. Dirtie
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    Former Staff Dirtie :'D

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    ^^ndsrelease-1110^^
     
  2. Dirtie
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    Have no idea what's different in this version, but the original release is here.
     
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    Member Triforce GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I think there was a major bug found in the old version, and store copies were called back and replaced with the v1.2
    Not surprising really when it's a dictionary. The debugging must be ridiculous with software like this.
    Prolly just some kid found a certain string of words crashed the game or some shit, i dunno man ?
     
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    So it's only Korean to English and not the other way around? Deh... useless for me.
     
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    What happened to the packaging? Wasn't it called "Touch Dic" before?
     
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    "Excuse me, can you please touch my dic?" [​IMG]
     
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    Newcomer jigaboo Advanced Member

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    Which might have been the other reason it got recalled...

    J
     
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    Yeah, it was and it was considered offensive. That's why it was delayed for the name change before version one got released. The website address hasn't changed, though...

    http://www.touchdic.co.kr/
     
  9. Cyan

    Global Moderator Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

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    I would have really loved a korean handwriting input method.

    It's not easy for foreigners to remember where are the hangul caracters on korean keyboard, and picking each caracter on a keyboard is a little pain I think.

    I think the korean input method is relatively easy for the DS to recognize (almost verticaly, horizontaly, and circles).
    Too bad it were not included in the dictionnary [​IMG]


    Anyway, It's the only korean/english dictionnary I know, so it's better than nothing [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah, it takes some getting used to. Too bad they don't have a Romanized way of input like Japanese and Chinese or it would be easier on PC.
     
  11. nickdm717

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    So you can use this too look up definitions to words. And it is in English
    -NicK-
     
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    I heard there is a fixed version? What is that?
     
  13. Triforce

    Member Triforce GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Click the nfo [​IMG]

    AoC just didn't mention it's v1.2
    They prefer to call it a fixed version.... Which has obviously confused a few nublets.
     

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