Subject: Re: Windows 98 Printing Problem
From: Francisco Bornéo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jan 28 2002 - 09:41:37 CST
At 10:19 28/1/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>On Sun, 27 Jan 2002, Ted S. wrote:
>I'm using version 0.9.6-1 -- the latest version
> > on the Abisource web-site. Didn't I say that I just downloaded it? That
> > would imply that I'm using the latest version
>No. That means you're using the latest version for which an official
>windows binary was created. Please try
I'll try the link above, too. Could you explain to me, and I think to
someone else, what exactly means "an official windows binary". The version
0.9.6-1 is not the latest for windows? I'm running this version and some
time ago someone told me to install version 0.9.9. (And if iwas using this
I would not have problems with brazilian spellchecker...)
In his message Ted wrote:
"Forgive me for being dense when it comes to computer programming -- I
wouldn't even know what a CVS build is. :-)"
Can you explain what is a CVS? If I know what does it means maybe I can
decide if I want to instal or not. But, dear Piotr, remenber you are not
talking to a programmer, a developer. I'm just a user who likes much AW, so
be patience with mine, probability, stupid doubts.
By the way, what does means HTH?
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