This website is where I also saw a download for a German dictionary in association with RM. I am always skeptical of third party software or files unless I know they are ok. It appears that this site may be acceptable.
I will go back and read more carefully about that dictionary and then see how many things I will need to backup before I download and use this third party file.
Download the language dictionaries you wish to install in RootsMagic 4.
You will need to open the zip file and copy and paste the contents into the RootsMagic 4 program file. You can also just extract the zip file into the program folder.
Once the additional dictionaries are in the RootsMagic 4 program folder launch the RootsMagic 4 program. To make changes to the spell-check dictionary you will need to open a note and miss-spell a word, so red wiggly lines appear beneath it.
Right click the miss-spelled word and select: Spelling...> Options> Language > select all the additional dictionaries you would like to use. Then click OK and close the remaining windows.
Thanks Jerry but this will need to use a variable if possible. This will e sentence used for many people and I was hoping the RIN could help resolve some ambiguity. I can live with no RIN but since the variable is used elsewhere it would have been nice if it had been extended to a sentence variable. Maybe in version 8
I have a question about the witness or roles. I have many people from generation to generation that have identical names. It looks strange to see d\Daniel was the beneficiary of Daniel. I have the RIN displayed for people but it does not carry over to every thing. Is there a way to have the RIN show after a surname in a sentence?
I have noticed that various products are using maybe a different version of GEDCOM or maybe just a different interpretation.
RM uses the form
1 EVEN [sub event name] 2 TYPE [event name]
Other foreign sources do not allow for anything after the EVEN tag. I think RM is correct but I still need to work with data coming from different sources. They would place the EVEN [sub event name] into an ATTR. Anyway all this just keeps us on our toes.