Multilizer Lite for Developers is an easy-to-use tool for localizing software developed with the most common software development tools. Multilizer Lite for Developers can handle typical software in all common software file formats.
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Verbix 9.0.9 Verbix displays verb inflections in 100+ modern and ancient languages. It derives the verb forms from infinitives; and also converts any form back to an infinitive. Translations, synonyms and antonyms further helps in working with foreign languages.
FreeVerbix 7.3.5 Verbix displays verb inflections in 100+ modern and ancient languages. FreeVerbix is based on language extension file that are downloaded from Verbix website; download these files and open in FreeVerbix to start conjugating verbs.
Description: Multilizer Lite for Developers is an easy-to-use tool for localizing software developed with the most common software development tools. Multilizer Lite for Developers enables localization of standard Windows binaries (.exe, .ocs, .dll, ...), VCL binaries (binaries compiled with Delphi/C++Builder), Visual Studio .NET solutions and projects, assemblies, and .resx files.
Multilizer Lite for Documents 2009_7.2.2 Multilizer Lite for Documents is an easy-to-use tool for localizing documents in the most common document formats. Multilizer Lite for Documents can handle typical text document
Inlocate 5.1 Inlocate is a localization environment for software developers of multilingual software applications (Windows). Inlocate supports unicode. Moreover, it is the ideal addon for all
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