PowerGlot Software has released a new version of PowerGlot, bringing it to version 2.0. PowerGlot is a localization tool designed for the development of Macintosh applications in various languages. The new version ships with OS X support, expanded automation features, and AppleScript Studio for glossary importing. According to PowerGlot Software:
PowerGlot Software announced today the release of PowerGlot 2.0, a new version of its premier localization tool for Macintosh software.
PowerGlot enables developers to make their products available worldwide in the native language of their choice, including 2-byte languages like Japanese, Chinese and Korean. PowerGlot extracts text from applications, helps perform the translations and
then builds the localized applications, with an easy to use, fast and powerful interface.
A major upgrade to the PowerGlot 1.x series, PowerGlot 2.0 brings Mac OS X compatibility and support for Mac OS X applications. The new Work Files mechanism improves automation for large projects. PowerGlot 2.0 also improves AppleScript support for extended automation, and brings numerous other changes, improvements and bug fixes over PowerGlot 1.x.
PowerGlot 2.0 contains AppleScript support which extends the softwareis functionalities. New AppleScript Studio applications let users import glossary files from multiple sources, use the Internet BabelFish translation engine to help with translations, and more.
You can find more information about the PowerGlot release at the PowerGlot Software Web site. powerGlot 2.0 is available for US$199.00.