ActiveWords have released an update (Version 1.95) which adds Windows Language features. It also adopts the standard Windows protocol for user settings (...Documents and Settings\LOGON\Application Data\ActiveWords) which means they are captured if you backup/move your profile.
The install was painless and manages the migration of your existing wordbase to the new folder. I've found a few other refinements, like date incremented naming for manual wordbase backups, and had no problems since upgrading a couple of weeks ago.
What's new in ActiveWords Version 1.95?
- You can now create text substitutions in any Windows Language and have ActiveWords that are in any Windows Language.
- The ActiveWords Monitor is now designed to handle all Windows Language Settings, accurately passing through all characters to the underlying context regardless of the active character set.
This is a free update for all licensed ActiveWords users. A free 60 day trial is available for previous and new trial users.
Get it from www.activewords.com