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    I daily visit a Duth newssite 'nu.nl'. Yesterday IrfanView was a main item in the "Lifehacking" section :
    http://www.nu.nl/rubriek/1230625/180
    I tried Babelfish for an english translation to be pasted here, but it became a complete mess.
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    Rest In Peace, Sam!

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    "Duth" is that something in HomerSimpsonLand?
    Or perhaps you meant "Dutch"

    If so, and I see you said you went to Bablefish for a translation ("it became a complete mess"). I find that if I use the Google "Language Tools" feature, and get a complete webpage translation (of which Dutch to English is selectable) I find that the pages come through actually pretty good.

    What is also nice is that since that page is going through the Google webpage translators, that any subsequent links, opening up in the same window, are also translated to English. Seems to work pretty well.
    I wish to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather.
    Not like those passengers, in his car, when he drove over that cliff.

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    J.A.G.

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    And in English: via Google Language Tools
    I wish to die peacefully in my sleep, like my grandfather.
    Not like those passengers, in his car, when he drove over that cliff.

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