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Crash in Aedict API when Aedict has no dictionaries downloaded #664
Hmm, this is weird. Reader asks Aedict to translate stuff, and for some reason, Aedict thinks you have no dictionaries installed locally. Can you please try opening Aedict and performing a couple of searches? Also, Please head to Aedict Settings, Dictionaries, Dictionary Manager, and in the upper-right menu, Dictionary Health Check, to see if there are any reddish text? Thanks!
Cool ! Mystery solved !
I guess for a first time users that come straight for the popup, it would
Anyhow, everything works now, Thanks !
Pasting technical crash stack trace from Google Play:
java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.IllegalStateException: No JMDicts locally present???