Open-source glossary manager
Thread poster: Rafa Lombardino

Rafa Lombardino
United States
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Member (2005)
English to Portuguese
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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: http://sdict.com/en/

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!icon_wink.gif

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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