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    Wow...I am just tuning in to the big changes over at Thai 2 English. Wow, Mike, it looks great!
    I can see you're still working on a few of the bugs, but this is a very exciting direction to be heading in. Congrats! (and thank you!)

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    Interesting response...I've been a big fan of Mike's site for years, have regularly recommended it to others, even have it linked on my blogpage...but for me the changes have seriously harmed its usefulness to the point that I've now migrated away from it to the seasite (haas) dictionary.

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    why is the 1st word ALWAYS omitted..? (as shown)
    as softwater highlighted, it really has become very user unfriendly..!!
    have to point at each and every word and hope that the sentence isn't very long..else, it's really time consuming....

    i really prefer the old interface...
    at 1 glance, everything comes up...simple and sweet..




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    Re: Thai 2 English

    this new interface is fine if only the roman thai would be in the pop-ups instead of the meaning in english..?

    จุดแรกคือการพบ จุดจบคือการจาก..
    มีรักต้องพราก มีจากต้องมีเจอ..

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    Maybe...but what was wrong with the old one? From an end-user perspective, Mike had it 100% perfect before. What's the sense in changing something 'excellent' into merely 'fine'?

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    erm...the pop ups pop only 1 at a time, haha..
    so in a long sentence, it takes longer time (well, for my low standard of course!) to digest..

    and if y0u input only 1 word, y0u'll get nothing...

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    While the new interface looks better, it lost quite a bit of functionality. At first it is no longer possible to switch the transcription scheme, now it's fixed to their own romanization system, no chance to change to RTGS or IPA anymore, which was quite helpful. Also, very annoying is that for words not found in the dictionary there is no transcription at all, earlier it at least tried to guide to the correct spelling of the unknown word (e.g. for Thai names).

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    i use this but seems not giving me any answer. can anyone here help me to convert to english for this thai sentence? เสน่ห์แรงเกิ๊นนน รู้งี้เป็นโสดนานและ thank you very much.

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    I don't mind the changes, but I wish he'd make a downloadable Mac version. I'd even pay for it

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    Re: Thai 2 English

    Quote Originally Posted by leosmith View Post
    I don't mind the changes, but I wish he'd make a downloadable Mac version. I'd even pay for it
    If you are using Mac OSX 10.5 or later, there is a great free offline dictionary on the Apple site from a company called Infinisoft, see this post for download details.

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