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interesting. so it's more a family of languages, like germanic? hmm I'll have a lookie on wikipedia :)

what about british, american, australian english etc? ;)
-justice (July 19, 2007, 04:52 PM)
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Actually, there's a serious difference between portuguese and brazilian portuguese, that's why i said i can't do the brazilian one, recently i read a brazilian blog entry and wasn't able to understand much more than our fellow lashiec, which is spanish :)
-jgpaiva (July 19, 2007, 04:59 PM)
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I agree with you jgpaiva. The Portuguese from Portugal and the one from Brazil are quite different in many parts, but its core is the same. As Brazilian I can assure you that  :P

I will be very happy doing the Brazilian version, but I have no clue about what I should do. If we are talking about the hangman list of words, I can do the translation from the English version.

Please, let me know if I can be useful.

A way to create alias from the sherlock & opensearch search engine plugins of Firefox/IE7 would be fantastic. I have more than hundred search engines there and i often add/remove engines, so it take me too many time to create ffar alias manually.

for firefox you can extract/decode url, names and icons from xml files in "C:\Documents and Settings\[user]\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\[profile]\searchplugins\"

that's a really nice idea cerAmik.. let's see if we can't find a way to make all of those search engines available using some kind of filterable plugin.

Maybe this idea is crazy, not faisable or simply plain stupid, but here it is. For a few days now, i've been using farr to search my mp3 library from time to time, and find it quite convenient. Maybe there would be a way to make farr some kind of mp3 manager. Mouser mentionned the upcoming database option, which could be an improvement for mp3 handling, considering the amount of files. But then i thought, it would be awesome to find a way to store id3 in a database and have farr search it. This way we could use lightweight players (like xmplay) and still have quick access to mp3. No more memory-eating programs like iTunes etc.

Maybe that's an idiotic thought, i dunno...


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