[*] Priority calculation changed again, hopefully this is a happy medium.
[*] New check added when saving, if Priority checksum is greater than FFFF msT9 Ed attempts to apply a fix
[*] Misc fixes on unimportant display functions
[*] Help File updated with a new section (Saving a 'T9 input destroyed' dictionary)
[*] Now able to open a dictionary by dropping it onto the application.
Like many others here I was tired of my T9 Dictionary resetting on a regular basis and found Steve Kays T9 Suite to be exceptionally usefull, however it was lacking the features I wanted for fast and powerfull control over the dictionary, so I wrote my own application.
[*]Edit your existing dictionary
[*]Create a new dictionary from scratch
[*]Fast word input, just hit Enter to submit a new word
[*]Quickly delete multiple words
[*]Edit words on the fly
[*]Increase or decrease a words priority for faster access to your favourite words
[*]Reset all words priority in a single click
[*]Automaticly removes duplicate words
[*]Auto sorting of your words by alphabetical or priority
[*]'Word Checking' to avoid illegal characters being added to your dictionary (based on what is available when # is held down)
[*]No additional framework needed
[*]Rapid loading and saving when connected to Smartphone (During testing loading a Dictionary from my E100 took aproximately 2-3 seconds, saving one took just under 2 seconds)
[*]Chance to rescue a 'T9 input destroyed' dictionary
It was done as project purely for my needs (and a work colleague) but I thought others might appreciate the extra features it offers.
I only have access to an E100, but have included a version check for the Dictionary path so I'm hoping it will work on E200's too.
Please read the included Help file, it covers basic usage and has a troubleshooting section too.
If you do find any bugs, please do let me know, I've been using it for days now and it seems solid but as any programmer knows it's easy for you to miss something that others may find.
Much thanks to Steve Kay who's checksum information was invaluable and has produced a great set of T9 tools
Here's a couple of images and the actual program (forgive the quality of the pics, I resized and compressed them)