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Showing the memory/glossary name in search results

Jan. 20th 2010

There was an interesting question on the Japanese-language Felix forum about displaying the glossary/memory name in the Felix search results (from the new search window).

Right now, you can view the memory/glossary name if you click on the “Details” link, but it’s not visible by default. I plan to make it visible in a near-future update, but in the meantime, you can modify the search-matches template to show this information in the current Felix version.

I’ve created modified versions of the English and Japanese-language versions of the templates, and made them available for download.

Download the English version

Download the Japanese Version

To install the template file, do the following.

On Windows 7/Vista:

  1. Download the appropriate file above.
  2. Open the file Explorer.
  3. In the address bar, enter the following:
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Felix\html\en
    Change the “en” to “jp” for the Japanese version.
  4. Unzip the downloaded file, and place it in this folder.

The next time you do a search, the file name will appear in the results.

On Windows XP/2000:

  1. Download the appropriate file above.
  2. Open the file Explorer.
  3. In the address bar, enter the following:
    C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Application Data\Felix\html\en\
    Change UserName to your actual user name.
    Change the “en” to “jp” for the Japanese version.
  4. Unzip the downloaded file, and place it in this folder.

For more details about what you can customize in the template files, see Customizing Felix Templates in the manual.

Posted by Ryan Ginstrom | in Felix, tips | No Comments »
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