Well, since FM9 default location for dictionaries is
This is used for FM9, FM10 and FM11, without specifying the FM version.
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Op 23 okt. 2013, om 02:09 heeft Fred Ridder <docu...@hotmail.com> het volgende
> Every FrameMaker installer I have used (from 5.5.6 through 9 so far) has
> always installed all the files in a separate, version-specific folder within
> the Program Files folder. I have never had a problem having two or even three
> different versions installed simultaneously using the default installs.
> Did you uninstall FM9 before installing FM11? Were your user directories
> saved within the FM9 install directory? If so, the install directory and any
> custom files within it should have remained exactly where they were as its
> own branch of your directory tree. Did you use a non-default installation
> directory for either the FM9 or FM11 installation? I can only see a potential
> problem if you used the same directory name for both installations and did
> not use non-default names for your user dictionaries.
> Are you sure the dictionaries are really gone, and not just in a different
> directory than where the newly installed FM11 expects to find them?
> -Fred Ridder
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