"BDicty is not a valid Window CE application"
This error appear when a full BDicty *Dictionary Package* from http://www.beiks.com/mystuff/ is installed on a Pocket PC running MIPS or SH3 processor.
There is an easy resolution to that! Just download the free BDicty Dictionary Reader itself from http://www.beiks.com/pocketpc/showprod.asp?ProdID=203 and re-install it on your Pocket PC.
Here is what you must do:
1) Close the error message on your Pocket PC
2) Go http://www.beiks.com/pocketpc/showprod.asp?ProdID=203 and download BDicty Dictionary Reader
5) Install BDicty Dictionary Reader on your Pocket PC over the one already installed there
4) Try again to start BDicty.
Note: although you download and install the free BDicty Dictionary Reader, your full version files (the lexicons for BDicty) will remain on your Pocket PC.
- Installing on media card causes the program to report that its lexicons are missing; the problem appears on PocketPC 2002 ONLY and is caused by broken background compatibility in the Microsoft installer; we'll work for getting around it in the next BDicty release or we will completely switch to PocketPC 2002 platform; until then, refer to the help file that comes with BDicty regarding how to work around it yourself.
- When taping the (x) button in BDicty's title it causes the main program body to disappear, but does not change the application title. Will be addressed in the next program release. Until then, just tap on the new screen that appears to completely activate it.
- Adding custom article notes is not implemented; it will be added in future BDicty releases
- Support for topic dictionaries (phrasebooks) is not implemented; topic dictionaries available on the Palm platform will NOT be recognized as valid files
- Multilanguage support is not yet available; the program can only display lexicons from the standard Latin ISO character set (English, German, Spanish, French etc. but not Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew etc.)