spektor at andrew.cmu.edu
Mon Nov 10 18:29:38 UTC 2008
I see the problem on my Windows XP PC. I will fix it and let you know
when new CLAN is available for download. You do not need to send us anymore
On 10-11-08 08:24, "Nicole Tracy-Ventura" <nicole.tracy.ventura at gmail.com>
> Thank you for the suggestions. The .cha files are in UTF-8 and I tried
> running +xi but those verbs still come up as unknown (e.g., ayuda,
> habla, hacen, ir, leo, miran, pescan, piensan, pinta, salen). I'm attaching
> the .uxl file as requested. I have a new version of CLAN and I work on
> Windows XP.
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 5:33 PM, Leonid Spektor <spektor at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
>> Make sure you have the latest version of CLAN. If you still have
>> problems, then email us the .ulx file that you got and indicate which
>> computer system you are using.
>> On 07-11-08 06:10, "Nicole Tracy-Ventura" <nicole.tracy.ventura at gmail.com
>> <http://email@example.com> > wrote:
>>> Has anyone worked with the Spanish MOR? I'm having trouble when I do the
>>> +xl to check for unknown words. The output file I get lists words that are
>>> already in the lexicon. These words are all verbs - some in the infinitive,
>>> some in 3rd person sing, plural, with clitics, etc. It does recognize some
>>> verbs in the transcript so I can't figure out why it doesn't with this other
>>> group. I've tried deleting those verbs and putting them in again, as well
>>> as putting them in a new file, but they keep showing up on the .ulx file.
>>> I've also downloaded the newest version of the Spanish MOR and it's the same
>>> thing. I'd be grateful for any suggestions.
>>> Many thanks, Nicole
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