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  1. beelzebomb added a post in a topic Paul Reviews... the Orange San Francisco   


    Well, there should be - according to the manual - a universal user dictionary, I've since sent my phone back; I can't type out words I use frequently every single time I want to text, I thought this was progress!

    Incidentally, I contacted Which? too as they are due to publish their review of the SF on 23rd December, they told me that they have already heard of this problem from another user & are looking at it. Maybe it'll be addressed in their review.
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  2. beelzebomb added a post in a topic Orange San Francisco user dictionary - where the hell IS it!?   


    Hay an answer from someone! Much appreciated!
    It seems after some painstaking communication with Orange, that the software was not uploaded to my phone - it's simply not there; though two people at Orange helpfully suggested not all phones have a user dictionary - er, no Orange - it's in your manual - MY phone doesn't have a user dictionary..

    Yes, I gather it should be where you say, but I have no option there & therefore no ability during texting to add my words - sent back now for replacement!
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  3. beelzebomb added a post in a topic Paul Reviews... the Orange San Francisco   

    Well, so far all good with the handcent app for text improving he stock one - BUT do any of you guys know how to add your own words to your dictionary on the SF? I've asked Orange, no reply; asked them on Twitter (@orangehelpers) - still no reply. I've posted on here - no reply!

    According to the manual, it's: "menu key > add" - pretty poor description; I don't know if the magic "add" option appears once u highlight the required word or what, cos it certainly ain't there just by pressing menu key - no-one seems to know, this is just crazy!
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  4. beelzebomb added a post in a topic Orange San Francisco user dictionary - where the hell IS it!?   



    Come on, anyone?
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  5. beelzebomb added a post in a topic Hi...just got a San Fran   

    Hi, do any of you guys know how to add your own words to your dictionary on the SF? I've asked Orange, no reply; asked them on Twitter (@orangehelpers) - still no reply. I've posted on here - no reply!

    According to the manual, it's: "menu key > add" - pretty poor description; I don't know if the magic "add" option appears once u highlight the required word or what, cos it certainly ain't there just pressing menu key - no-one seems to know, this is just crazy!
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  6. beelzebomb added a topic in Absolute Beginners   

    Orange San Francisco user dictionary - where the hell IS it!?
    I'm no slouch with tech, but for goodness sake, where the HELL is the user dictionary to add your own words in the new Orange San Francisco?

    The pretty useless orange manual simply says:

    "USER DICTIONARY
    You can add words to the dictionary by pressing Menu Key > Add."

    Yeah thanks Orange - er, how & where might help too.

    Do you need to highlight a word (if so how?) before this magical "Add" button appears?

    I'm just getting so frustrated with this damn phone!!
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  7. beelzebomb added a topic in Absolute Beginners   

    Orange San Francisco user dictionary - where the hell IS it!?
    I'm no slouch with tech, but for goodness sake, where the HELL is the user dictionary to add your own words in the new Orange San Francisco?

    The pretty useless orange manual simply says:

    "USER DICTIONARY
    You can add words to the dictionary by pressing Menu Key > Add."

    Yeah thanks Orange - er, how & where might help too.

    Do you need to highlight a word (if so how?) before this magical "Add" button appears?

    I'm just getting so frustrated with this damn phone!!
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