Around the World

Gracias! Merci! Dankeschön! Grazie!
. . . for having us
Last we checked there were 194 countries on the planet. You'll find profiles for 33 of those countries in Morning Flight.

If yours is missing and doesn't require Unicode, you can easily define your own with just a few mouse clicks.

What's Unicode? A character set that enables programs to read and write Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Thai.

We're not ignoring that part of the world - we just need more time.

Getting the Size right

It would be naive for us to translate Morning Flight into French and claim the program will now work in France. Any number of French printers speak English and will have an easy time reading the monitor. But not one of those printers measures paper in inches or quotes prices in American dollars. Morning Flight could be fluent in French and still be useless in France if it didn't know millimeters and ISO sizes and Euros. Still . . .

Getting the Language right

The funniest joke in the world will fall on deaf ears in Japan if it's told in Chinese. Translations are important, and with German built in as its second language, Morning Flight is bi-lingual now and is ready to learn French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. Names of product and paper items already come translated into those languages out of the box.


Data localized for your country

Enabling Morning Flight to work abroad was never an afterthought, never a maybe someday kind of thing. Global usefulness was embedded into its framework from the beginning. And it shows. It's why all Morning Flight products speak more than one language, and why even the Free Edition comes with a translator.

All Morning Flight programs accommodate inches and millimeters, USA and ISO paper sizes. Entering sheet sizes into a computer - easy as it is in millimeters - can get tiring in inches. Especially if you grew up with millimeters. We made it simple. To enter 8-1/2 inches, type in 8.5 or 8-1/2, or just move the slider.

If your country isn't predefined, you'll need to configure your address format. It's easy. The first, third, and fifth boxes hold numbers (6 for city, 7 for state, 8 for postal code). The numbers determine what goes where. The second and fourth boxes add punctuation marks and blank spaces (> for one, >> for two).

Estimates translated by Morning Flight

If it isn't plain to see yet, it should be: All Internet business is global. You can download Morning Flight to a PC in London or Rio just as easily as you can download it in New York.

More to the point, it will function as well in London or Rio as it does in New York. Switching from inches to millimeters, from U.S. to ISO sizes, from dollars to euros, it's all just a mouse click away.

Morning Flight at work here

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Antigua
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
China
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Estonia
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Grand Caymans
Greece
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guatemala
Holland
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
Kuwait
Latvia
Lebanon
Libya
Macedonia
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Morocco
Mozambique
Namibia
Nepal
Netherlands Antilles
New Caledonia
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Papua New Guinea
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saint Lucia
Saudi Arabia
Scotland
Serbia
Singapore
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
St. Kitts
Taiwan
Tanzania
Thailand
Tobago
Trinidad
Tunesia
Turkey
U.S. Virgin Islands
Uganda
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Ukraine
USA
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yugoslavia
Zambia
Zimbabve