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    Hey there,
    I tried searching for words in PDFs (english dictionary) using the iPAD and FoxIt PDF, but it always fails when the word has some other character attached to it.

    For example, if I search for GOLD it will state the definition of GOLD. However, if I search for GOLD. (with a dot, or even GOLD-, etc.) it will say the word does not exist.

    Well, if you guys have used the Kindle device from Amazon, you'll know this never happens in it. Even if you don't own one, try the Kindle app for iPAD and you'll see how that works.

    So here's my suggestion: try making the dictionary from FOXIT (which is the main reason why I switched from iBooks to it) to disregard those characters attached to common (and already in the database) keywords. That will fix this issue. And it will make the search for these keywords much more fruitful.

    Believe me, most of the time I can't search for anything just because a dot or comma accompanies the word.

  • #2
    Hi Perene,

    If you try to search "GOLD.", your file should exists the word "GOLD." (including the dot), then you can get the result, is there the word "GOLD." in your file?


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      • #4
        Howdy,

        I had a go at looking for words in PDFs (english lexicon) utilizing the iPAD and FoxIt PDF, however it generally comes up short when the word has some other character connected to it.

        For instance, on the off chance that I hunt down GOLD it will express the meaning of
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        All things considered, in the event that you all have utilized the Kindle gadget from Amazon, you'll know this never happens in it. Regardless of the fact that you don't claim one, attempt the Kindle application for iPAD and you'll perceive how that functions.

        So here's my recommendation: take a stab at making the word reference from FOXIT (which is the fundamental motivation behind why I changed from iBooks to it) to slight those characters appended to regular (and as of now in the database) watchwords. That will alter this issue. What's more, it will make the quest for these watchwords substantially more productive.

        Trust me, more often than not I can't look for anything in light of the fact that a spot or comma goes with the word.

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