Google Translator 0.6 released

Now there's a shiny, new Google Translator Plasmoid version 0.6.

Well maybe that's a bit exaggerated because the User Interface hasn't changed a bit, but there's a lot of new stuff going on under the hood that will also soon benefit the Currency Converter Plasmoid.

Head on to Google Code or KDE-Look for downloads or get it via "Add Widgets" from the Plasma Desktop.

Changes can be found in the Changelog.

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    Kevin says:

    A moment there I thought Google had added Nynorsk, but I see the language list shows a lot more languages than Google currently offers...

    Note: if you do want to support Nynorsk or other languages that Apertium supports, you could add http://apertium.org/ -- the api is compatible with Google Translate so it should be easy to implement. There is also an API function to get the list of language pairs. See http://api.apertium.org for more information.

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      tanghus says:

      As explained under Known issues at http://tanghus.wordpress.com/google-translator/ the Plasmoid uses KLocale so there will be a lot of language pairs that won't work. As a matter of fact KLocale doesn't even support "no" as language code but only Bokmål and Nynorsk so the language detection doesn't work with Norwegian :-/
      Guess I will have to see if I can persuade the maintainer to add it.

      Apertium sounds interesting Kevin. I will definitely have a look at it.