“Mac OS X Lion adds polish to the bundled Dictionary app, with new dictionaries and an improved multi-pane interface. The system also improves overall dictionary functions with enhanced Spotlight integration and multitouch support for inline text lookups,” AppleInsider reports.
“The app itself now uses a two pane display, making it easy to reference a list of words, phrases, or Wikipedia entires in alphabetical order, rather than just one definition at a time,” AppleInsider reports. “Additionally, definition functions built into Spotlight now popup with a full definition preview, rather than just displaying the first few words.”
AppleInsider reports, “Double clicking with three fingers on a selected word in any standard app now brings up the inline dictionary, which formerly required selecting ‘Look Up In Dictionary’ from the contextual menu.”
More in the full article, including screenshots, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
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