Date: Thu Apr 22 2010 - 07:50:16 CDT
I'm sorry to hear that you have trouble; I should have been more
specific - I am used to using the ftp program from the command line.
Here is a URL:
I am not sure how this will work under windows; in UNIX you would
first uncompress it with gunzip:
which produces radframes.tar. This can the be unpacked with:
tar xvf radframes.tar
I believe winzip can handle it in Windows. Otherwise, let me know and
I will provide a zip file instead.
Please note that this is a very basic tool; the idea is that you can
do character lookup, simply, and then use an electronic dictionary to
see what that actually means.
Raymond Mercier wrote:
> This is not very helpful, to say the least : "talentex.co.uk" is not a
> URL, and I find nothing when I Google on this phrase.
> Raymond Mercier
>> 1. Download it with ftp from talentex.co.uk (log on as user "ftp", no
>> password) - the file is called radframes.tar.gz
>> 2. Unpack it - it creates a subdirectory called radframes as well as
>> some 214 subdirectories under it with a lot of small html files.
>> 3. Point your browser to the file called radframes.html
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