CAT-Tools/OmegaT/User manual

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OmegaT: Users Manual (Version 1.4.6)[edit]

Preliminaries[edit]

First Steps[edit]

Further Steps[edit]

Files and Projects[edit]

Appendix[edit]

New in version 1.4.5 and 1.4.6 (the two being pretty close in time)[edit]

  • Massive rewrite of HTML and XHTML file filters, providing you a rock-solid HTML/XHTML translation experience.
  • User configurable file filters for advanced control of source to target (translated) file encodings and naming conversion.
  • Split pane in Match and Glossary Viewer that allows for adjustable resizing via dragging or clicking with the mouse.
  • Menubar and menu changes. Some renaming and rearrangement for better use. Help menu includes access to a new About dialog as well as the Users Manual.
  • Improved user interface text strings throughout.
  • Log file for tracking operations and errors.
  • Japanese help and user interface localization.
  • Users manual has been completely revised and updated. New section on File Filters added.
  • Localization TMX availability to aid in the user manual and user interface localization efforts.

Credits[edit]

Software: Keith Godfrey with contributions by Benjamin Siband, Maxym Mykhalchuk, Sacha Chua, Henry Pijffers, Raymond: Martin, BSc.

Documentation: Marc Prior with contributions by Jean-Christophe Helary, Dmitri Gabinski, and Raymond: Martin, BSc.

Localization: Contributions by Alessandro Cattelan, Sabine Cretella, César Escribano Esteban, Dmitri Gabinski, Jean-Christophe Helary, Juan Sacines, Pablo Roca Santiago, Martin Wunderlich, Hisashi Yanagida, and Erhan Yukselci.

OmegaT uses HTMLParser to parse HTML and XHTML. We'd like to thank Somik Raha, Derrick Oswald and other HTMLParser contributors for writing this amazing piece of software we were able to use.

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