Author Archives: Yuttadhammo

2.2.2 Dictionary History

Got the search history entries reversed properly, and added dictionary search history as well.

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2.2 Search History

Just a small feature, but well-appreciated (by me, anyway). Now you have a list of up to 100 past searches that you can rerun on demand. Next, to do the same for dictionary lookups, if possible.

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2.1 Panels

Not sure how to describe this, but it should be pretty self-explanitory: Basically, you can now open multiple sections side by side, instead of in tabs. This is still experimental, but for now, SHIFT+click changes the default behaviour for most … Continue reading

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Dutiyaṃ (DPR 2.0)

Yep, it’s here. 2.0. And with that, 1.0 becomes a thing of the past. All 1.0 users should now get an upgrade notice that brings them 2.0 So, upgrade your browser (FF 4+), install the Myanmar Tipitaka extension, and upgrade … Continue reading

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Firefox and DPR 2.0

The release of DPR 2.0 is imminent… still, it’s disturbing to hear some people aren’t able to use it at all. One reason, I think, is that it doesn’t actually work with Firefox 3.x anymore. My bad for forgetting to … Continue reading

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Digital Pali Reader 2.0 Release Candidate 2

It’s been quite some time since the first 2.0 beta; seems about time to accept it for what it is and release it as a full 2.0. So, taking the next step in that direction by releasing a release candidate. … Continue reading

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Enlightened Search

DPR 2.0 is up to Beta 28 and counting. This beta release bears mentioning, because it adds a feature that I think will really be found useful for keen Pali students: partial book searches. The entire search tab has been … Continue reading

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More Thai Pali Tipitaka

Fixed a few more bugs lately, and added more texts to the Thai Pali Tipitaka. Now we have MN and DN and half of AN. Slowly but surely.

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Thai Vinaya Completed

Just a note that the Thai vinaya is now complete.  If you are using 2.0, just make sure you have all three extensions installed, and when you open the vinaya, in the toolbox there should be a M|T button; click … Continue reading

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2.0 Split

As some of you may have noticed already, 2.0 is now split into at least two parts – the main extension now contains only the program itself, without the Tipitaka files, which now have a dedicated extension package of their … Continue reading

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