KQuick is the KDE interface for a stable single-click translating system. It is useful for translating words between 40 languages and describing acronyms, and you can integrate your own databases. KQuick includes 150 MB of databases, over 15,000,000 data entries, over 20,000 acronyms, postal codes of Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and the USA, and some special databases.
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Release Notes: Complete UTF-8 Support, new Logo, nicer background, improved input handling, the first online version, and lots of new databases,
Release Notes: Better prepartion of the search text (cutting off whitespaces), Scrollbars finally work, a commandLine interface, and program is "On Top when needed" instead of "Always on Top".
Release Notes: A missing file has been added to the .tgz, and RPM packages are now available.
Release Notes: First public release, including acronym databases for English and German.