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Nitecruzr Dot Net Et Al Is Now Available In 24 Languages

Following a rather intense effort yesterday, by Roberto of Roberto's Blogs, all 23 languages currently available in the Google On The Fly Web Page Translator are now part of the Cumulus Translator Bar.

We hope to see more languages made available by Google, in the future. As they come out in the Google Translator, we plan to add them to the Translator Bar, straightaway.

For a more pictorial description of the Translator Bar, and it's development process, see Roberto's Report: Language Translator Set-up.

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