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Screenshot of extn mgr with pop-up "You are about to install... That version is
already installed."

This has been happening to me with English ever since I installed Oo years ago
on the MacBook Air I am still using (13-inch, Mid 2011; Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5
(11G63b)). I keep getting software update notices, opening them, and going to
install an updated English spelling and hyphenation dictionary. If I'm not
quick enough to notice the version number/date, I download, click install, and
get this message:

You are about to install version ___ of the extension 'English spelling and
hyphenation dictionaries and thesaurus'. 
That version is already installed.

This has gotten to be quite a PITA, since the interruption throws me off the
track of what I'm trying to do — as if my AD(H)D weren't already bad enough.
What's more, I'm beginning to brush off and ignore software update notices in
general, which is a REALLY BAD IDEA.

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