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LiveDictionary 1.2 integrates with Ultralingua

updated 10:40 am EDT, Fri October 21, 2005

LiveDictionary 1.2 release

Eloquent Software today released , its Safari extension that adds fast, convenient dictionary lookups to the Web browser. LiveDictionary offers a wide array of dictionaries for technical terms, general language, and bilingual usage. LiveDictionary comes with the WordNet 2.0 English Dictionary, allowing definition discovery by pointing to any word on the screen. Other dictionaries are available, such as the free online Dictionary of Computing, which provides definitions for even the most obscure computing terms. New features include integration with Ultralingua -- displaying results from a local Ultralingua dictionary running in the background, functional PDF document lookups viewed in Safari, improved Japanese support, and caps lock can activate popup. LiveDictionary is priced at $25, and requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

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