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ImTranslator v. 7.17 extension for Opera

ImTranslator Extension for Opera performs instant translation of texts, words, phrases and webpages between 91 languages nad read the text in 26 languages. ImTranslator for Opera offers a selection of translation applications: Inline Translator ImTranslator Pop-up Bubble Translator Webpage Translation as well as convenient language tools such as Text-to-Speech,   Translation History and ImTranslator Dictionary.  Functionality online translation between 91 languages 10 thousand characters per translation 4 translation applications instant translation of a selected text in pop-up bubble window standalone translation window translation inserted into a webpage using Inline Translator translation of the entire webpage with mouseover translation option ImTranslator Dictionary text-to-speech in 26 languages translation history automatic language detection back translation shortcuts customization complete customization of each translation tool user interface in English, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Italian, Hindi, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish,...

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Google Translate for Opera

Google Translate v. 7.18 for Opera, first release Google Translate performs quick translation of a selected text, words, phrases and webpages between 91 languages using Google translation service. Google Translate includes the following translation applications: Translator Inline Translator Popup Bubble Web Page Translation Google Translate keeps track of all your translation activity and stores translation records in the Translation History.   Install Google Translate directly from the Opera add-ons page: How to launch Google Translate click “Google Translate” button on the Opera toolbar choose the “Translator” item from the right-click context menu “Google:Translate” use the shortcut keys Ctrl+Alt+Z (default) to launch the Translator   How to translate with Google Translate Select the text on a website and: click the floating button, or right-click the menu “Pop-up Bubble: Translate selection” to open Pop-up Bubble Translator (shortcut: Alt) right-click the context...

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