Archive for August, 2008
Mozilla just released an experiment version of Ubiquity yesterday.
AppleJack is a user friendly troubleshooting assistant for Mac OS X. With AppleJack you can troubleshoot a computer even if you can't load the GUI, or don't have a startup CD handy. AppleJack runs in Single User Mode and is menu-based for ease of use.
So you think your site is fancy, huh? You think you got all the bells and whistles? Well feast your eyes on our new, easily-customizable tool tip! Think of it as the perfect accessory for your site, once you’ve nailed everything else. Our tool tip is based, in part, on Craig Erskine’s qTip. It supports all browsers, is easy to deploy, and is surprisingly light-weight. Best of all: it offers you the opportunity to customize it to work well with any of your projects.
Mloovi is a tool which will translate RSS newsfeeds into 24 languages using Google Translate.
NeverBlock is a Ruby library that allows developers to write non-blocking, concurrent code in a transparent manner. Meaning that you will keep coding in your traditional ways while you get the benefit of non-blocking IO operations.
Welcome to the home of the Generic Syntax Highlighter – GeSHi. GeSHi started as an idea to create a generic syntax highlighter for the phpBB forum system, but has been generalised to this project.
GXP is a templating system used to generate XML/SGML markup (most often HTML).
Git vs. Mercurial: Please Relax
If the key in question is ⌃⎋ (to open the bundle menu), then the problem is caused by Apple’s Remote Desktop application, you can disable ARD in System Preferences → Sharing (called Remote Management in Leopard). The Screen Sharing option in Leopard also steals this key combination.
Nick Marshall is the lead developer on this plugin now. He has done an awesome job to bring it to a new level! And he moderates the plugin forum actively! Please feel free to post your questions or comments there as well.
Thanks Michael Klein for his great work on this plugin. We’ve updated to Version 0.3.1 now.
- Encapsulate the plugin in a class. No global vars needed anymore, faster code! (Michael Klein)
- Better support of capabilities-model (WP 2.6)
- Fixed some html-bugs (missing alt-Tags, etc.)
And, please make sure go to your WordPress Settings->Google Translation admin page to reconfig all the preferences after the updating. Thanks!
Google AJAX Translation is my the first WordPress Plugin, it has been downloaded more than 1700 times until today. And because it is so simple, I haven’t done any major update after the first release.
Couple of days ago, I’ve got an email from Michael Klein from alquanto.de. In his email, he attached a updated version of my plugin and show me how it works on his blog: http://groovengine.de
Mr. Michael Klein has finished a big task on my todo list: Switch between flag icon and text for all these languages.
It’s amazing! This is the beauty of Open Source! We need a new update version now!
Say hello to Google AJAX Translation WordPress Plugin 0.2.0!
- Switch between flag icon and text for all these languages. Thanks Mr. Michael Klein!
- Admin configuration page
- Enable/Disable Posts Translation
- Select which languages you want to support
- More Languages Support, it has 23 languages in total:
* Bulgarian New!
* Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
* Croatian New!
* Czech New!
* Danish New!
* Finnish New!
* Hindi New!
* Norwegian New!
* Polish New!
* Romanian New!
* Swedish New!
How to update?
- Download the newest version from WordPress
- Unzip it and you will have everything in the “google-ajax-translation” folder
- Overwrite the exist “google-ajax-translation” folder on your server, it should be in “wp-content/plugins/” directory
- Active it from your admin page
- Do some changes on Google Ajax Translation admin page
Please feel free to comment here if you have any questions, or you still can check if is was already answered on the old post.
And it is on GitHub too!