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Dictionary auto-update #679

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mvysny opened this Issue May 27, 2016 · 4 comments

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mvysny commented May 27, 2016

The notification on launch is useful, but no notification and updated dictionaries would be even better :)

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Instead of a "there are dictionary updates" notification, would you instead like the Dictionary Manager to pop up automatically and start downloading? I'm not sure this is a good idea, especially when your internet connection is a limited data plan connection...

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mvysny commented May 27, 2016

Instead of a "there are dictionary updates" notification, would you instead like the Dictionary Manager to pop up automatically and start downloading? I'm not sure this is a good idea, especially when your internet connection is a limited data plan connection...

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yacoob May 27, 2016

Given that constrain, you can make a toggle "automatically download updates", off by default. Some apps also add "auto download only on wifi" - in which case people start complaining that the download happened when they've connected their phone to a metered wimax hotspot :D Android itself allows users to mark a saved wifi network as "metered", but I don't really know how many people actually do that.

yacoob commented May 27, 2016

Given that constrain, you can make a toggle "automatically download updates", off by default. Some apps also add "auto download only on wifi" - in which case people start complaining that the download happened when they've connected their phone to a metered wimax hotspot :D Android itself allows users to mark a saved wifi network as "metered", but I don't really know how many people actually do that.

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I didn't know that either :) Thanks for the tip.

Okay, for starters, let's just add the "automatically download updates" setting.

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mvysny commented May 28, 2016

I didn't know that either :) Thanks for the tip.

Okay, for starters, let's just add the "automatically download updates" setting.

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mvysny Jun 2, 2016

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Implemented in Aedict 3.39.21

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mvysny commented Jun 2, 2016

Implemented in Aedict 3.39.21

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