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Thread poster: Rafa Lombardino

Rafa Lombardino
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May 25, 2007

I'm not sure how many of you are familiar with it, but we've just come across Sdictionary, which is a free open-source glossary manager available for (as far as I know) Windows, Linux, and some cell phone interfaces.

Here's the link for you to check it out:

If you use Babylon glossaries, you can add them to the system too. It's a little trickier, but if you put your mind to it or pick your geeky friend's brain I'm sure you can make it!

Just to give you an idea, I'm running this program on the background in a Linux machine right now and, as I highlight a word on the post I'm writing, a small box appears next to my cursor showing me Spanish suggestions for such word. When you open the program window, you can see many more options.

Well, I hope you enjoy this little application.

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