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February 11, 2010

TranslateIt! 12 released – New version of Dictionary for Mac OS X

    TranslateIt! Team today announced the release of TranslateIt! 12, an update to their multilingual dictionary for Mac OS X. TranslateIt! for Mac is a multilingual dictionary that allows you to look up words on the fly! Just hover the pointer over an unfamiliar word and you will see its translation in a pop-up window.

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    The main updates of the new version are:
    * Added on-the-fly translation functionality to Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac products: Entourage, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
    * Added support for Babylon dictionary format (BGL)
    * Added support for SDICT dictionary format
    * Enhanced morphology modules for English, Russian, French, and German
    * Enhanced quality and formatting of full-text translations
    * New line-by-line translation mode
    * Fixed memory leaks and various minor bugs
    * Updated DictBuilder and the core scripts
    * Updated the TranslateIt! Dashboard widget
    * Updated profiles of some online translation services
    * Added new dictionaries to our repository

    Main features:
    * Translate words in any applications by just moving the pointer over them
    * Full text translation
    * Support for most widely known online dictionary/translation services
    * Lots of free dictionaries
    * Translation Methods: translation from clipboard, drag-and-drop translation, manual input of queries in the main window, double-click translation of words in dictionary entries displayed in the main window
    * Morphology support
    * Built-in utility for easy creation of custom dictionaries
    * Words Quiz (a game for easy learning of new words)
    * Multilingual user interface

    TranslateIt! 12
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