Written by Riccardo posted at http://thoughtsontranslation.com/2010/01/25/reader-survey-the-best-and-worst-things-about-your-cat-tools/ Pros: If you want to speed up your translation by taking advantage of Google Translate’s suggestions, this tool allows you to do it from within any program you are using to translate: just select the sentence to translate, hit Ctrl+J, and the selected source text is replaced by the [...]
PlainText makes it easy for you to paste text to an application without getting the formats of the original text. After installing and running PlainText, you can use CTRL+C to copy some text and press CTRL+SHIFT+V to paste the plain text to another application. It is especially useful when you want to copy the content [...]
Trados Translators Workbench is actually an add-on to Word. Microsft has released a patch that solves that speed problem of macro codes and it also solves the speed problem of Trados. You can download the patch locally here at my site:
GD4Word (Google Dictionary for Word) does one simple thing: Select a word, and press CTRL+ALT+D, a Google Dictionary window will open displaying the definition, translation and examples of that word. GD4Word is a Word Macro and it only works inside Microsoft Word. GD4Word is a free version of Google Translate for Translators, a program that [...]
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.