On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 10:30, John Goche<address@hidden
> I have downloaded the nano text editor (a clone of the former
> pico text editor that used to be distributed with pine, an
> internet mail program and newgroup reader developed at
> the University of Washington). I have downloaded nano from:
> I have downloaded the zip file containing the Windows
> executable file. On the nano main screen, in the lower
> left hand corner appears the [^T To Spell] option to run
> the spell checker. However when I press CTRL-T the
> response on the bottom of the screen is:
> [ Error writing temp file: No such file or directory ] .
> Do I have to install a dictionary file somewhere on Windows
> Vista for it to work? Where do I get the dictionary file from
> and exactly where does it need to be for nanoto find it?
> I have checked the nano FAQ at the nano website but found no answers. Could
> someone kindly tell me how I can fix the problem I am experiencing?
> Thanks a lot,
> John Goche