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       freespeak — GNOME frontend to online translator engines.


       freespeak  [--version]  [-h, --help]


       With FreeSpeak you can translate text and web pages using online translation engines.

       To  perform  a translation select your translator of choice. Then you select the languages
       through which you wish to translate your data.  Finally press the "Translate" button.

       You can translate both text and web pages. Some translators don't support both modes so it
       may happen that your preferred translator is not present in the drop down list.

       You can tune all FreeSpeak settings in the preferences dialog.

       Copy to clipboard
              Copy the translated data to the clipboard once the translation is complete.

       Paste from clipboard
              Paste  data to be translated, from the clipboard to the GUI. This only happens when
              you open a new translation.  If you are trying to perform a  web  page  translation
              and the clipboard is not holding a valid URL, FreeSpeak is not going to paste it in
              the URL entry.

       Default translator
              The translator to use every time you open a new translation. It will be set in  the
              drop  down  list  only  if  the  translation mode you requested is supported by the
              translator you chose.

       Key bindings
              Set several desktop-wide key bindings for doing quick translation operations.


       --version Display version number with copyright and exit.

       -h, --help
                 Show help message.


       This manual page was written by Luca Bruno


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       Copyright (c) 2008 Luca Bruno <>.

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