I know things have been quiet on the blog and on the site lately. There have been updates of a few dictionaries, especially thanks to Charles Lippert and the wonderful work he’s been doing for many years on the Ojibwe dictionary, which now boasts more than 92,000 entries.
Someone else has been working too, his name is Yuri and he’s preparing a new version of the Freelang dictionary program. This is something we have all been waiting for, because the current version of the program has a few bugs and also needs new features. Especially we want to use only one program to display wordlists in any source and target languages, and with an interface in any possible language too. In other words, you should be able to display our Spanish-English and Dutch-French dictionaries, while browsing the menus in Russian if you like.
I think Yuri is doing a great job in fixing the bugs and introducing new features, while keeping the program small and handy, as we all like it. We hope to release the very first beta version in about one month. In the meantime, here is the first unveiled screenshot!