1. Download the installer or unzip the downloaded zip file.
2. Run GT4TSuite.exe to install or the gt4t.exe. A clover icon appears in your system tray.
If you cannot find the icon there, it may be hidden. click the UP button on the left for hidden icons:
3. Move your mouse cursor over the clover icon, and click your right mouse button for various commands:
Click “Language Pair” to set up your working language pair.
Click “Hot Keys” to view or change the default hot keys.
To use the Translate feature, simply select some text and press ctrl+J to replace with translation. Select a word press ctrl+D to bring out a meaning list bubble and then you can press space bar or 1, 2, 3 …. to insert a meaning.
Double click the GT4T clover icon->Setup->Machine translation->Preview options->Choose “Show both Google & Bing results”. Select some text and press ctrl+j, a pop up with both Google and Bing translation results will appear.
Double click the GT4T clover icon->Setup->Machine translation->Preview options->Choose “Show alternative translations”. Select some text and press ctrl+j, a pop up with alternative translations will appear. Alternatively you can also use WIN+CTRL+J to access it while CTRL+J is assigned to another preview option.
Simple Glossary is a simple and easy alternative to dinosaur applications like MultiTerms. It can help you keep consistency with translation of special terms.
Add a term
Select a phrase, press CTRL+D and then press letter “a” to add a term to the Glossary.
Next time when you select the previously added phrase and press CTRL+D, results from Glossary will show first (Setup->Dictionary & Glossary->Always show Glossary results). Press Space bar, the selected text will be replaced.
To enable pre-translation, go to setup->Dictionary & Glossary->Pretranslate using Glossary.
Select some source text, and press ctrl+j. If the source text contains a term that is in the glossary, the translation in the glossary will be used. In this way, we can help machine translate better. The returned results always use the correct translation for the terms in the Glossary.
The glossary file is a regular Excel file. Go to Setup->Dictionary & Glossary->Open in excel to open the file in Microsoft Excel. You can then add, delete, import or export data using Excel.
Copy some text from anywhere and press CTRL+SHIFT+V instead of the usual CTRL+V to paste the plain text. Believe me, nine out of ten times you will need plain text: when pasting from a webpage, you will need the pasted text to fit into where you work instead of keeping the original font or color properties.
Press F1, F2, F3 …. while the Dictionary or Translate preview popup is on to launch a search engine in your web browser.
You can add your own search engines by clicking “Add more”.
|CTRL+J||Replace selected text with its translation from Google Translate|
|CTRL+J (WIN+CTRL+J for alternative translations)||Copy some text and paste the translation elsewhere.|
|CTRL+D (WIN+CTRL+D for Simple Glossary feature)||Check Google on-line dictionary|
|CTRL+SHIFT+V||Paste plain text (text with no format information)|
|CTRL+ALT+J||Translate current segment (Workbench, Tageditor, Trados2009, SDLX,
|CTRL+ALT+K||Translate next segment (Workbench, Tageditor, Trados2009, SDLX,
|Set up language pair|
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