Tim Dobrinski has put in even more work to his Variations Editor tool. Not only does it have the Variations fixing abilities of the first version, but now it allows the import and export of variations content between variations sites or beyond (to xml) !! If you saw my prior posts on the import and export of variations content, this is an application of that technique bound up into a professionally developed tool. You don't have to touch Visual Studio yourself to have that power over your variations content!

This tool is solving some very real and serious problems that the current state of Variations may set you. On top of that the tool is free. Do you really need any more encouragement to download it?

 Here is his release blog posting;

http://www.thesug.org/blogs/lsuslinky/Lists/Posts/ViewPost.aspx?ID=25