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It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over

It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over A few years ago, I happened to be staying at a small town in the west of France during one of the hundreds of summertime festivals that take place in that region. I remember standing at a street corner, my arms crossed, waiting for a large procession of revelers […]

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Memsource: 8 Keyboard Shortcuts to Make Life Easier

Memsource is a computer-assisted translation tool (also known as a CAT tool) that allows translators to work with text in two columns, side by side, in which one column displays the source text and the other column displays the target text. In addition, it offers search tools and quality control, and the ability to create […]

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A universal language

After several attempts to make it a universal language, this year Esperanto celebrates its 125th anniversary. Created in 1887 by  Lázaro Zamenhof, Esperanto is used in many media  forms, as well as in literature. A large number of classical and popular publications have been translated, and are available in the language. Today with the technological […]

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Character encoding in HTML

For historical reasons, the English alphabet and many of its punctuation marks are encoded in electronic devices in a universal and unique way. This encoding is called ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange). However as soon as we step outside this narrow character set, problems are waiting for the unwary. Any letter that is […]

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What Is An .ini File?

Freelance translators and translation agencies often use TagEditor, among other options, to process all sorts of files: design files from InDesign, Quark, MS PowerPoint presentations or simple documents from Word, amongst others. It’s a favorite tool for translators, given how easy it is to use. Still, it’s normal that errors pop up when it’s time […]

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