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jDictionary is a Cross Platform JAVA Dictonary (For Windows or Mac or LINUX)



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Overview:

Easy to Use
jDictionary has a nice and intuitive user interface. You will understand the whole concept at once. jDictionary is able to upgrade itself, upgrade its plugins, provide news and information about new plugins. Downloading and installing a new plugin is just one click.

Platform Independent
That means you can run jDictionary on Windows, Linux, Solaris, Mac and so on. All features work in the same way on each platform.

Plugin Based
jDictionary is plugin based and has an easy to use plugin management system which is able to download and install the desired plugins automagically from the web. Installing or upgrading one or more plugins (even simultaneously) is just one click!

There are more and more plugins available for jDictionary. It's not necessary for a plugin to be a dictionary related stuff. For example, currently there is a speech synthesizer plugin under development which will be invoked by other plugins to pronounce the desired words.

Free
jDictionary is licensed under the LGPL license, so you can download and use this program for free, and download its source code too.

Contributors Wanted!
We are looking for developers for the Optical Character Recognition feature and we are looking for good dictionary databases like English-French. Feel free to contact our dream team at the Contact section

Widely Accepted
More than 200.000 downloads. jDictionary is now part of the SuSE Linux Professional 8.0 distribution.

Mobile Version
Our first mobile products have been released! Advanced English Dictionary 2003 contains 140,000 definitions, 1.4 million words and 250,000 links and a lot of interesting features. Take one of the biggest English dictionary along with you wherever you go!

http://jdictionary.sourceforge.net/download.html
« Last Edit: January 08, 2011, 02:30:56 PM by Software Santa »

 

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