|TechDictionary Mac OS X Dashboard Widget v2.5
The free TechDictionary Widget will allow you to search over ten thousand terms from your desktop. Included are; computer, Internet and telecommunications terms, acronyms, emoticons or smilies, chat abbreviations, SMS Instant Messaging terms, filename extensions, HTML tags, and domain suffixes.
This new version has more terms, and runs completely in Dashboard.
|WIDGET REQUIREMENTS & INSTRUCTIONS:
"Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or newer is required. If you’re using Safari, click the download link. When the widget download is complete, show Dashboard, click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widget’s icon in the Widget Bar to open it.
If you’re using a browser other than Safari, click the download link. When the widget download is complete, unarchive it and place it in /Library/Widgets/ in your home folder. show Dashboard, click the Plus sign to display the Widget Bar and click the widget’s icon in the Widget Bar to open it."
I have just installed v2.0 of TechDictionary. I would like to compliment you on the comprehensiveness, lack of typos and the fact that I can now access it without launching my browser. Keep up the good work.
At last you made it iPhone compatible. Thanks it's awesome.
Great widget. Most useful for me are the telecom terms.
I use the website or widget at home and the iPhone app at school with my cellphone, it's a good resource for my classes.
Thanks, the iPhone app works great and looks great.
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To place a widget on your desktop (in the Finder):
If you’d rather see a widget all the timenot just when you switch to Dashboardyou can move the widget to Tiger’s Finder layer, so it appears on the desktop. Launch Terminal (/Applications/Utilities); then type defaults write com.apple.dashboard devmode YES . Log out and then log back in, and you’ll be able to pull as many widgets into the Finder layer as you like. While dragging the widget from the Widget bar, press F12 to close Dashboard. When you release the mouse, the widget will appear on the desktop. (from Macworld.com)