Adding a user dictionary to Lingvo for Mac

How to add a user dictionary to Lingvo European

You can only add user dictionaries with the extension *.lsd created in Lingvo x3. To add user dictionaries created in earlier versions of Lingvo, you first need to convert them to the Lingvo x3 format using DSL Compiler, which shipped together with Lingvo X3 (to start DSL Compiler, selectStart>All Programs>Lingvo x3>DSL Compiler x3). 

To add an *.lsd, follow these steps:

  1. Open the <User name> > Library > Group Containers > Q58QAQTUTZ.com.abbyy.lingvo > User dictionaries folder and copy the dictionary to that folder.
  2. Quit ABBYY Lingvo European (Lingvo European>Quit ABBYY Lingvo).
  3. Open the program to make sure that the dictionary has been added.

Note: to navigate to the Library folder, please click on the 'Go' menu in Finder, hold the Alt button on your keyboard - the needed item appears in the drop-down list.

 

How to add a user dictionary to Lingvo English-Russian

You can only add user dictionaries with the extension *.lsd created in Lingvo x3. To add user dictionaries created in earlier versions of Lingvo, you first need to convert them to the Lingvo x3 format using DSL Compiler, which shipped together with Lingvo X3 (to start DSL Compiler, select Start>All Programs>Lingvo x3>DSL Compiler x3). 

To add an *.lsd, follow these steps:

  1. Open the<User name> > Library > Group Containers > Q58QAQTUTZ.com.abbyy.lingvo.en-ru > User dictionaries folder and copy the dictionary to that folder.
  2. Quit Lingvo English-Russian (Lingvo English-Russian>Quit Lingvo).
  3. Open the program to make sure that the dictionary has been added.

Note: to navigate to the Library folder, please click on the 'Go' menu in Finder, hold the Alt button on your keyboard - the needed item appears in the drop-down list.

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