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December 24, 2004

AcidSearch and Localization

I have been receiving a lot of mail lately from people interested in localizing AcidSearch. I think that this is fantastic, but it becomes a bit cumbersome to try and explain the same things over and over again (especially since I am a mediocre, slow typist). Because of this I have put up a new page with localization tips. If you have ever had an interest in localizing AcidSearch (remember, the documentation is currently English and Japanese only!) I'd recommend you check out this page.

I have been taking a break for the holidays which essentially means that I haven't been on my computer as much, and thus may have taken longer than usual to reply to emails. I hope this hasn't inconvenienced anyone terribly!

I have still been working on AcidSearch, as well as two unreleased projects. I don't want to give away too much right away, but as a small hint, I'll say that one of them relates rather closely to PlaintextPaste, so it should receive its own update in not too long. I apologize it has taken so long to get an update on this, but the unreleased project needs to be completed before an update to PTP can be done. And that's all I'm going to say about that.

I hope everyone has been having a happy holiday season (in the interest of political correctness; though I guess I could take the Virgin Mobile tack and call it Christmahannukwaanzikah).

Posted by pozytron at December 24, 2004 04:47 PM

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