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- 9/2002 Upgraded to version 3.0 which brings new features:
Changes were made by
- Support for i18n (internationalization) that allowes special Croatian letters to be displayed correctly.
- New system designed for easier translation to new languages. In combination with support for i18n almost any language could be applied. For any further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visual redesign of pages.
- 6/2001 Thanks to Carlos Seran from Argentina, these pages are also available in Spanish!
- 6/2001 Useful links:
- 3/1996 Croatian has been added to the Michael C. Martin's Foreign Languages for Travelers, under the title "Croatian for Travelers". The button below will take you to the Croatian for Travelers page:
- 1/96 The "Croatian Language - Basic Phrases" is available as a PostScript (TM) file, that includes correct representation of specific Croatian characters. You can download this file here. This file may be freely copied and distributed for individual use and non-commercial purposes, provided that the copyright notice included in the document is preserved on all copies. For any further questions, feel free to contact the Croatian Language Guide Editors.
- Version 2.0 (Dec 29, 1994) offers you the audio files (containing the phrases given in the text) spoken by a native speaker from Zagreb area. We hope to include other dialects, too, maybe in later versions. The audio files are referenced with icon "play".
- 7/1994 Linked with ILoveLanguages.com (at that time called The Human Languages Page, and maintained by Tyler Chambers Jones).