What is GT4T

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GT4T Suite integrates Google Translate, Bing translator, MyMemory, on-line dictionaries, and a glossary tool into all Windows applications. It supports many language pairs (over 50 languages). It brings the most useful online resources to your fingertip to ensure smoother translation process with less interruption and can remarkably increase your productivity.

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GT4T is easy to use and there is absolutely no need to learn. Just select some text anywhere and press a hot key. It’s small and clean, and uninstalls properly. Try it for free! It will only a few seconds.

GT4T has following features:

  • Unlike MT plug-ins for CATS where you can only send the whole segment to MT, GT4T allows you to send only the portions of a sentence that MT can do a good job. (More…)
  • GT4T combines user-defined Glossary pretranslation and Goolge Translate so the result is always right! (More…)
  • Use Google and Bing Translator at the same time. Both results appear in the same pop-up. (More…)
  • Get alternative translations for different syntagms of a sentence in a pop-up. (More…)
  • Check Google, Microsoft terminology dictionaries without having to switch to a web browser. (More…)
  • Simple Glossary feature helps you keep consistency. (More…)
  • Special hot keys that translate current and next segments in CATS. It supports Tageditor, Trados Workbench, Trados 2009, Wordfast, SDLX, memoQ, and Deja Vu. (More…)

The philosophy of GT4T is to provide useful features without making things more complex. The earliest users will find the new version works the same way with the 1st version: just select any text anywhere and hit a hot key, magic!

Warning: do not use GT4T as a mindless machine translation tool. Use it to save key stroke, get translation options for phrases, and keep consistency.

Use Google Translate:

You are always welcome to contact me about anything. Please use Contact me page to send me an email or use the Q & A page.

Dallas Cao, English to Chinese translator

Update your Simple Glossary xls file

There is an incompatibility between different versions. When you added to simple glossary before using older versions, the pretranslate feature of the new version may not work. Please do the following to update your Simple Glossary xls file:

1. Run about to make sure you are using the newest version of GT4T.
2. Go to the setup screen and go to Dictionary & Glossary tab.
3. Click “Edit Glossary in Excel”.
4. On the first line, you will find column names like:

SourceText Translations InsertDate

and a warning message “Warning: do not change the column title.”

5. Now delete that warning message:-) If your glossary file only have three or four columns you need to add some to make it five.

So if you have three columns with the name of

SourceText Translations InsertDate

Add two more:
LanPair SourceLength

Be careful with the spelling and the case.

You don’t need to manually fill the LanPair and SourceLenth values for each record as they will be automatically calculated.

6. Save and close the file and go to go to Dictionary & Glossary tab again and then click the “Sort” button.

Using double ctrl and shift press as the hot keys!

“Wonderful. Ctrl-Ctrl works like a dream.”

 Another happy user

You can use press CTRL twice as the hot key for the translation feature and press Shift twice for the Dictionary feature.
This feature has been around for some time but I think maybe not many people are aware of it. It’s really much easier than the default ctrl+j.

You will love it.

The only trouble with this setup is that sometimes when you use ctrl for other purposes, you may accidentally triggers GT4T. To avoid this, you can make the interval shorter:

1. Click the Windows Start button (the one on the left bottom corner) –> Control Panel –> use the search field on the top right to search for “mouse” (or any localized word for that) —>run “Change mouse setup”

2. Then change the double click speed (Right, the change will also affect double mouse click).

3. Reload GT4T for it to take effect (important!)

This feature is suggested by Alvin Liu.

MyMemory has been added to GT4T

MyMemory has been added to the translation and dictionary feature starting from version 4.31.120116.

To use MyMemory,

1. double click GT4T clover icon to bring out the setup screen.
2. go to Machine Translation tab and choose mymemory.translated.net
3. go to Dictionary & Glossary tab and choose mymemory.

The translation feature will only provide the MT or the closest match from MyMemory and the dictionary feature will list out all matches.

MyMemory is an on-line translation memory.

Help me choose

Suppose one word is 5 characters,

With 59 USD, if you use GT4T to translate roughly over 650 words daily in average for the next 12 months, the 12 months package may be a better choice, otherwise choose 1200k. (1200000/5/365=657)

With 39 USD, if you use GT4T to translate roughly over 770 words daily in average for the next 6 months, the 6 months package may be a better choice, otherwise choose 700k. (700000/5/182=770)

With 9 USD, if you use GT4T to translate roughly over 1000 words daily in average for the next 30 days, the 1 months package may be a better choice, otherwise choose 150k. (150000/5/30=1000)

gt4t.net goes SSL

gt4t.net is now a secured website and you can use https://gt4t.net/en/ to visit.

The connection between GT4T Suite and the licensing server gt4t.net is now encrypted.

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“I was very skeptical of machine translation, but I find it really useful. For most texts it increased both the speed and quality of my work.”

 Diarmuid Kennan ABC Translation

GT4T Suite integrates Google Translate and Google Dictionary into all Windows applications. It supports many language pairs (over 50 languages). It brings the most useful online resources to your fingertip to ensure smoother translation process with less interruption and can remarkably increase your productivity. See testimonials)

With GT4T running in the background, select some text in any application (for example, in Microsoft Word) and then press CTRL+D for Google Dictionary and CTRL+J for Google Translate.

new!Transfer License button is replaced by Retrieve License feature

Use Google Translate:

 

Use Google Dictionary:

GT4T is small, clean, easy, unobtrusive. It works in all Windows applications (anywhere you can type text). Try it out for free and everyone can apply in-application for a one-month free license!

If you use Tageditor, Trados Workbench, Trados 2009, Wordfast, SDLX, memoQ, or Deja Vu, GT4T provides extra hotkeys that automatically translate current or next segments.

You are always welcome to contact me about anything. Please use Contact me page to send me an email or use the Q & A page.

Dallas Cao, English to Chinese translator