Multilizer has released Pseudolanguage Wizard replacing the old Pseudolanguage Expert. Using the Pseudolanguage Wizard the users can now test the internationalization and localization quality for both European and Asian languages, before spending money on real translations.

The user interface has been improved to make the interaction easier. Furthermore, new features have been added, such as defining prefixes and suffixes for strings and setting a maximum length for the expanded translations. Code page simulation is now extended for testing additional Unicode character blocks and language simulation helps to simulate special characters of common languages.

Pseudolanguage Wizard now provides a Sample section that is intended for checking the pseudolanguage settings before applying any. This way the user gets a preview of the pseudolanguage and can detect undesirable settings before leaving the Pseudolanguage Wizard.