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    is there a way to disable or modify the autocorrect function in the webos (pre)?

    everytime I type "u" it corrects to you... but "u" is a word in my lenguage...
    everytime I type "i" it corrects to I... but i is a word in my lenguage...

    Thank you for any idea...
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    anytime u type one of those err... Words just hit the back space button one time and it will put it back lik u want it. If not u can bye the auto correct edit application and edit the way the editer works to actually place an i when u put i .
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    Couldnt it just be done for free by downloading WebOS Quickinstall and then edit the file that contains the auto-correct words? Not sure what file is called though and where its located?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walhalla2k View Post
    is there a way to disable or modify the autocorrect function in the webos (pre)?

    everytime I type "u" it corrects to you... but "u" is a word in my lenguage...
    everytime I type "i" it corrects to I... but i is a word in my lenguage...
    Same here in Croatia. It is really extremely annoying.
    I tested "AutoCorrect Edit" http://www.precentral.net/homebrew-a...tocorrect-edit. It works fine.

    Or you can do the same thing on your own :

    1. Use WebOS QI (Receive File) /etc/palm/autoreplace/en_us/text-edit-autoreplace
    2. download the file to your PC and add/edit/delete
    3. upload / Send File back to your Pre
    4. restart your Pre

    It is fairly straight forward.

    Kreso
    Last edited by kresom; 12/12/2009 at 03:31 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
    Couldnt it just be done for free by downloading WebOS Quickinstall and then edit the file that contains the auto-correct words? Not sure what file is called though and where its located?
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    I just suggest you should take help of any experience person or you also take help of search engine to find it.
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