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    Although it isn't strictly designed for mini browsers, Babelfish works remarkably well using Blazer. For those of you unfamiliar with Babelfish (, it is a service hosted by Altavista which does on the fly translation, either of typed-in text, or of full web pages. It provides translation to and from English and most European and many Asian languages.

    It is really handy to have a full featured translator that does full sentences, rather than just a translation dictionary that only does one word at a time in my pocket.
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    If you are translating a web site, rather thab just text, the Babelfish site responds back with a web page with two frames, babelfishadd and babelfishbody. The babelfishadd frame is just the banner ad that is launched above the translated page. The babelfishbody frame is the translated page itself.

    As Blazer can not display pages with frames, Blazer give you the option of which frame to display. Select the babelfishbody frame to display what you want.
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    I tried to access the babelfish site and blazer came back and said it was unable to do so.

    I tried and then tried adding a / at the end or www. after the http. It still didn't work. Please advise I'd like to check it out.

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    I am able to access this site on my desktop, but I can't access it on my Treo using Blazer. It would be great to have something like this available. Please let us know how you were able to access the site using Blazer.
    Darren Greenspoon

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