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WeSay 1.6 Beta 1

We are pleased to announce the first beta release of WeSay 1.6 What’s New in 1.6? Version 1.6 provides a new feature to choose either Definition (default) or Gloss as the Meaning field. You can find the option in the WeSay Configuration tool in the configration of the Dictionary Browse… Read More

WeSay 1.5 release version

WeSay 1.5 is now considered the official “release version.” The Windows version can be downloaded here: WeSay 1.5.39 for Windows MSI | 52.82 MB | 15 Feb 2017 and there are installation instructions for Linux on the downloads page. Most of… Read More

Announcing WeSay 1.5 Release Candidate

A release candidate of WeSay 1.5 is now available. The Windows version can be downloaded here: WeSay 1.5.37-ReleaseCandidate for Windows MSI | 53 MB | 18 Dec 2014 and there are installation instructions for Linux on the downloads page. Most of… Read More

WeSay 1.5 Beta for Linux and Windows

After a significant pause, a development team has been working on WeSay for Linux for the last several months. The focus has been on getting it to run on the Precise and Trusty versions of Ubuntu Linux, and to have all the features of the Windows version. At the same… Read More

Announcing WeSay 1.4

WeSay 1.4 has now been declared stable. Here’s what’s new in WeSay 1.4, which Windows users can download here: WeSay 1.4.55 for Windows MSI | 21 MB | 22 Oct 2014 Gather by SIL CAWL in Indonesian The gather words task for… Read More

WeSay on Linux

WeSay is available for older versions of the Linux Ubuntu distribution, Lucid being the most recent. There are two releases available, wesay-stable and wesay. The wesay release is our development release that has our latest features, but may have more issues as we are actively working on it. wesay-stable will… Read More

Announcing WeSay 1.3

Here’s what’s new in WeSay 1.3, which Windows users can download here: WeSay 1.3.78 for Windows MSI | 21 MB | 17 May 2013 Display glosses in Gather by Semantic Domain Task If you configure this task so that users can enter… Read More

New WeSay Screencasts

David Rowbory in Nigeria has contributed five screen-casts he made to help people he has taught to use WeSay. Thanks David! Do you have videos or other materials you could share with the rest of us?… Read More

Announcing WeSay 1.2

Here’s what’s new in WeSay 1.2, which Windows users can download here: WeSay 1.2.12 for Windows MSI | 21 MB | 07 Oct 2016 Improved FLEx Collaboration We have made various changes to smooth the process of sharing data with FLEx. Internally,… Read More

Using the Internet to Collaborate on a Dictionary

WeSay is the best tool for collaborating with others on collecting and describing words, whether you are in the same village or across the world or both. Here’s a guide to setting up collaboration using the free Language Depot service. Read on to walk through the steps: 1. Set… Read More