Mobysaurus V2.4 Preview 2

Posted in Uncategorized by Anderson on January 26, 2006

What’s new?

1. Enhanced Composer

Built-in editing toolbar offers quicker and more convenient editing, and therefore more delightful writing experience.

(Why do we have to switch back and forth between an external reference tool and the word processsor all the time?  It’s such a bother, isn’t it?)

2. Standalone, upgradable, user-modifiable spelling checker

Supports the following languages:

American English, Canadian English, British / Ireland English, and Australian / New Zealand English

The spelling checker automatically determines which dictionary file to use according to system regional and language options.

You can get Mobysaurus for free at:

Thanks to the generosity and support from the webmaster at


Mobysaurus V2.4 Preview 1

Posted in Uncategorized by Anderson on January 20, 2006

What’s new?

Exciting improvements in speed & CPU usage

Instant (literally) results in “Root words” mode (also Handy Moby applet), with a 30% drop in memory usage and extra low CPU usage.

Re-formatted thesaurus database allows bigger expansion in the future, without perceptible drop in performance.
Bug fixes

A few database corrections.

Versions scheduled to release before v2.4 final:

Preview 2, Preview 3, Beta 1, Beta 2, RC 1, RC 2.

Mobysaurus V2.3

Posted in Uncategorized by Anderson on January 16, 2006

What’s new

1. Upgraded dictionary database

GNU CIDE v0.46 –> v0.48 (latest)

WordNet v2.0 –> v2.1 (latest)

2. Integrated Composer

No need to switch to an external word processor when you’re doing some writings, therefore offering more efficiency and productivity.


1. Re-formatted dictionary database allows much more efficient search. Increase in speed and lower memory usage and CPU workload.

2. Paragraph indentation

Bug Fixes

Fixed over 400 (minor) database errors (or inconsistencies). 99.5% of them were inherited from respective public domain version.

Mobysaurus V2.2 + Writer’s Power Pack

Posted in Mobysaurus by Anderson on January 7, 2006

What’s new?

1. Optimized search methods. Faster, smaller, requires less memory and CPU power.
2. Richer off-line references for English writers.

3. Expanded on-line language reference links.

Please check product homepage for details: