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Virtaal 0.3.0 released

Virtaal, a powerful desktop CAT tool and Translate Toolkit, providing QA, format conversion and support (PO, Java .properties, OpenOffice, Mozilla, XLIFF, TMX, TBX, CSV, Qt .ts)

There are far too many improvements to list, but some of the new features include:

* Suggestions from several sources of translation memory, including Open-Tran.eu

* A localisation tutorial built into the help menu. Now you can recommend Virtaal to new translators on your team and let Virtaal do their initial training!

* The possibility to migrate your settings and translation memory from other FOSS translation tools.

* A new plug-in system that will make it easier for people to customise their Virtaal installations and for developers to contribute new functionality. If you ever wanted your translation tool to say “You are awesome!” every time you finish a string, you can now do this very easily!

via SourceForge.net: News: Virtaal 0.3.0 released.

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