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Software Gratis: Kamus Indonesia-Inggris

Hai… saatnya bagi2 freeware neh…

Setelah lebih dari satu setengah tahun tidak ada kabar versi baru program kamus, dan mungkin hampir tidak ada kemajuan, Alhamdulillah akhirnya bisa kembali mengupdate dan merilis versi baru Kamus 2.04. Ada beberapa tambahan dan update cukup penting untuk versi ini. Dan seperti sebelumnya, program ini tetap gratis (freeware).

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Sebenarnya perancang kamus ini (mas Ebta Setiawan) hanya ingin memperbaiki banyaknya definisi kata yang terpotong, sekaligus memperbaiki berbagai error atau bugs (kesalahan program) di versi 2.03. Tetapi ketika muncul ide baru, maka ingin menambahkan fitur yang berbeda dengan software sejenis lainnya, yang semoga semakin bermanfaat. Salah satu fitur baru yang ada di versi ini adalah Window History. Window ini akan menampilkan daftar kata hasil pencarian terakhir, dengan tampilan yang simple. Untuk melihat definisinya tinggal mengarahkan mouse ke kata yang diinginkan. Jumlah yang ingin ditampilkan bisa diatur melalui menu Setting.

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Selain itu, ketika window history tampil, window utama dapat disembunyikan, dan history juga akan tetap menampilkan kata-kata baru yang di copy secara otomatis dan menampilkan definisinya, tanpa window utama. Untuk mengakses menunya, klik kanan judul “History” yang ada bagian diatas window. Fitur ini mungkin sebagai tahap uji coba, jadi mungkin masih ada kesalahan atau beberapa kekurangan. Selain fitur itu ada tambahan lainnya seperti trackbar untuk mengatur transparansi dan tambahan menu ketika klik kanan icon program kamus. Ada juga shortcut Ctrl+S untuk berpindah secara cepat dari tampilan normal, compact mode dan full compact mode.

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Untuk Perbaikan, yang paling utama adalah perbaikan definisi ratusan kata yang terpotong, perbaikan help file bahasa Inggris (masukan dari pengguna di luar Indonesia), proses terjemah dari clipboard ( ketika kita meng-copy kata ) yang jauh lebih cepat (sampai 5x lebih cepat) dan beberapa perbaikan kecil lainnya. Untuk fitur tambahan lainnya juga bisa melihat Help filenya.

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May 29, 2009 Posted by | News, Tips buat Hepi | , , , , , , | 13 Comments

Hostage Killed in Nigeria Delta

A hostage being held by Nigerian oil militants has been killed during a military attack, they have claimed.

The hostage was a Filipino sailor seized from the boat the MV Spirit on Thursday morning, militants said. An army spokesman has said a militant camp was “torched” in an operation, but denied claims it had bombed a village. The militants have now declared an “all-out war” on the military as gun battles continued for a third day this week in the southern swamps. “One hostage has been killed by stray bullets from the Nigerian army who attacked an area they were being held in Delta State,” a spokesman for the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (Mend) said in a statement. The group took at least 15 people hostage from two ships in the early hours of Thursday. In response, Mend says military planes bombarded a village in Delta State, killing women and children. But the military says it “torched a militant camp” and only killed fighters. On Friday Mend also claimed to have boarded a warship, captured the crew and set the ship on fire, but navy spokesman Commodore David Nabaiba said the claim was “lies”. It was not possible to verify either side’s claims immediately, as travel to the region is restricted.

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“Mend is declaring an all-out war in the region and call upon all men of fighting age to enlist for our freedom,” spokesman Jomo Gbomo said in an e-mail to journalists. “Casualties are mostly women, children and the elderly who could not get away quickly into the bush or high sea,” he said of the alleged aerial bombardment. But army spokesman Lt Col Rabe Abubakar denied the claim. “The only operation today has been a cordon and search operation, which revealed a militant camp, which we torched,” he said. He said he could not give any figures on casualties. Mend issued a Sunday deadline for oil companies to pull out of the Niger Delta. The renewed violence between militants and the military’s Joint Task Force was expected by analysts after Mend rejected an amnesty offered by the government.

The government has still not officially said the offer is off the table. Mend is still holding British hostage Matthew Maguire who was seized from an oil services boat in September last year. His colleague Robin Hughes was freed in April. Militant groups in the Niger Delta have flourished amid a lack of governance and rule of law. They claim to be fighting to help local people benefit from the region’s oil wealth but fund their activities with oil theft, extortion and kidnapping. The Joint Task Force, charged with bringing security to the Delta, is accused of brutality and corruption.

BBCNews.

May 16, 2009 Posted by | News | , , , , | 1 Comment