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Wiktionary Widget

Based on Dashboard Wikipedia widget, Wiktionary widget pulls up Wiktionary articles, the free and collaborative online dictionary.

Current version : 0.9.4, October 17, 2009

Wiktionary Widget

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Wiktionary Widget is distributed under the terms of the modified BSD license.

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  • Stable : last stable version of the application
  • GitHub : last source code of the application on GitHub (may be unstable, and sometimes break down completely)

v0.9.4 (October 17, 2009)

  • Fixed links-not-working bug.
  • Fixed Snow Leopard behavior issues.

v0.9.3 (August 27, 2009)

  • Wiktionary account login support (courtesy of Nick Lane-Smith). Press ctrl-o to view the login page.
  • Fixed caching in Mac OS X 10.5.6 and later (no more qzq nonsense or broken links)
  • Quickly search different language wiktionary without changing the language setting. Just add the language code to the front of your search term. For example, search for "fr: Kosovo" to view the article on Kosovo in French, or "sv: Stockholm" for the Swedish language article on Stockholm.
  • Added more languages to the menu on the back

v0.9.2a (July 07, 2007)

  • Fix issue where preferences were not saved.

v0.9.2 (June 13, 2007)

  • Support for Safari 3.0 Beta.

v0.9.1a (August 8, 2006)

  • Add Japanese translation by Christopher Li.

v0.9.1 (August 7, 2006)

  • Wiktionary articles can now be edited from within the widget.
  • User can now change font size.
  • Added a pull-down menu to the back with the languages of the largest wiktionaries.
  • The links at the top of search results pages now work.
  • 'Image:' pages work again.
  • Cache works again.
  • Searching for an article or clicking a link will no longer use a cached file. This eliminates the case sensitivity problem with certain searches (eg. "duluth, mn").
  • Now works when logged into an account (in Safari) with an alternative skin selected.
  • Updated the CSS from wikipedia.org.
  • Shift-spacebar scrolls up, in addition to the spacebar scrolling down.
  • Delete goes back in history, shift-delete goes forward.
  • Tab and Cmd-f select the search box.
  • The widget now shrinks to the size of the back before flipping.

v0.9 (August 24, 2005)

  • Green, red and grey (along with the good 'ol blue) UI color selections.
  • Now collapses horizontally as well as vertically.
  • Individual widget instances remember their respective language settings, sizes and colors upon restart, and clean up the preference file when they're closed.
  • When you scroll down in an article, then open a new article or go back in the history, the widget will remember where you were scrolled to, so if you return to the article it'll be where you left off.
  • Localization compatible.
  • French localization by Floréal Molina (and modified by Arnaud Boudou).
  • The 'cancel loading' behavior (click the progress indicator) has been fixed, I think. It was pretty flakey when you were 'back' in the history a couple articles, clicked a link, then cancelled the loading. A hover graphic has been added.
  • A couple scrolling-related bugfixes. Before, if you opened an article too short to fill the entire widget, and pressed the up/down arrows, or scrolled with the mousewheel, the content would jump from the top to the bottom of the viewing area. Also, if you scrolled to the bottom of a large article, then opened a small article, sometimes the small article would be displayed 'offscreen' until scrolling up.
  • The stretch animation has been smoothed out.
  • Other small bugfixes.


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