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Heinzelnisse is a Norwegian-German dictionary.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Nov 2010 15:52

    Release Notes: Heinzelnisse is now able to read the clipboard on wake-up. To further support a sleep mode, it is possible to dock into the system-tray. Heinzelnisse will now also show some more items than the currently selected. This will enable the user to scan the dictionary more quickly and get familiar with other words, so it feels more like a real book. The order of lookup terms, particularly those containing white-space, is now consistent in both index and dictionary.

    •  16 Nov 2009 08:15

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which occurred when a user made a wildcard-search with very many results. This could slow down the program and, on repeated searches, it could crash the program due to memory exhaustion. This has now been solved by rejecting all searches giving more than 1000 results. In addition, the search speed has been increased by reducing the default debug output.

      •  19 Nov 2008 15:26

        Release Notes: Heinzelnisse can now be configured to use different Look 'n Feels. In addition, a Norwegian usage document has been added.

        •  17 Jun 2008 13:29

          Release Notes: A new user interface that is comparable to a book search, automatic updates of the dictionary base, a faster and configurable storage engine, and history.


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