Release Notes: A major bug that stopped the program from retrieving translations on non-Linux systems has been fixed. A new Windows .exe binary is available for this release, and fixes have been made to increase compatibility with Python 2.3 and Mac OS X. Console warnings regarding unknown encodings have been eliminated. GTK stock icons have been added to all buttons, dialogs, and menus. Themes and fonts are now managed internally through a GTK theme selection interface. The application's copyright and About box have been updated to accomodate the new year.
Release Notes: The user interface now uses PyGTK 2. Six new translation services are supported, and the Spanish Letters Toolbar now supports capitalized accented characters. If the language you are translating is not supported by the translation service you have selected, PyBabelPhish can now either warn you or automatically retrieve a translation from a more appropriate service.
Release Notes: Changes in this version include a few GUI improvements and the addition of text-to-speech (pronunciation) support for the Spanish language.