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Font problem with TRADOS Translator’s Workbench

Font problem with TRADOS Translator’s Workbench
When translating with TRADOS Translator’s Workbench to Chinese, font of English letters in the target language is changed to Chinese font too. English letters usually look ugly in Chinese font. To avoid this, go to Translator’s Workbench window, click on File->Setup->Fonts->and deselect the “all fonts will be converted to the default target language font.”Read More

Google Translate for Translators (GT4T)

Google Translate for Translators (GT4T)
Google Translate for Translators (GT4T) is a translator’s productivity tool that seamlessly integrates Google Translate into all text applications applications. GT4T makes the machine translation into a CAT tool that can seriously save time for translators.Read More

Business opportunities from China’s Great Firewall

Business opportunities from China’s Great Firewall

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I stumble across this ad on urbandictioanry.com. China is known as a place without Facebook. I am not a fan of facebook but I can feel the pain of some expat friends. Not only Facebook, China’s Great Firewall actually blocked almost all popular web 2.0 sites including Twitter, Youtube, and Friendfeed. Considering the large number […]Read More

Opening PDF files with CorelDraw

Opening PDF files with CorelDraw
Yes! CorelDraw has the “open PDF file” option, but don’t be excited too early yet. CorelDraw has the worst compatibility with PDF and you might end up finding an error message when attempting to open a PDF file. The problem may be caused by the compression methods. Solution: open the PDF file with Adobe Acrobat […]Read More

Suffer from RSI? Use more than one keyboard!

Suffer from RSI? Use more than one keyboard!
As soon as I started to feel pains in my knuckles I began to search for a perfect keyboard. But I bought 4 or 5 keyboards only to find that all them hurts. Well, that is what RSI means. Repetitive Strain Injury – Hitting on one keyboard repetitively will create strains, no matter how expensive […]Read More