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OmegaT

From Wikipedia: "OmegaT is a computer-assisted translation tool written in the Java programming language. It is free software originally developed by Keith Godfrey in 2000, and is currently developed by a team led by Didier Briel.
OmegaT is intended for professional translators. Some of its features include user-customisable segmentation using regular expressions, translation memory, fuzzy matching, match propagation, glossary matching, context search in translation memories and keyword search in reference materials.
Using Hunspell, the same dictionary engine as in OpenOffice.org and Firefox, it allows spell checking in more than 80 languages. The program is available in 27 languages.
It requires Java 1.4, which is available for Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows 98 or higher.

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