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FARR Plugins and Aliases / Re: Google Translation Plugin
« on: December 13, 2009, 07:53 PM »
The Client for Google Translate app has been working well for me lately by automagically translating highlighted text in various languages into English by clicking a pop-up icon. It works with Acrobat and Firefox, and has proven to be especially useful in translating plain text from Google Books. The translated text appears in a larger, scrollable pop-up box which can be saved to the clipboard. Freeware.

Living Room / Re: What annoys you to no end?
« on: July 07, 2009, 05:13 PM »
1. people who are intolerant of others
2. the Dutch


But if you want an app that provides an easy-to-use GUI for building & saving sets of search-replace operations -- which you can then call from a command-line -- consider BK ReplaceEm.

This 32-bit Windows freeware application hasn't been supported or distributed by its developer Bill Klein (BK) for a number of years. But it was once considered among the very best search-n-replace apps (free or not). And I think it still deserves such consideration.

For a rather complicated example of the very sort which originally inspired BK to create his application, see: <

BK ReplaceEM seems to have been republished by ecobyte software as Replace Text v2.2 (free).

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