Friedel Wolff, from Translate.org.za talks at the Localisation Research Centre about Anloc, Translate.org.za and Translate tools. Part 2, 3, 4 and 5
Demonstration of new features in the latest Virtaal release. Virtaal is an open source computer aided translation and localisation tool. Virtaal aims to be simple to use for first time localisers yet powerful for experienced localisers. Features include translation memory from many sources, sophisticated searching, a simple and powerful navigation interface and more. The developers […]
Friedel Wolff, lead developer at Translate.org.za, tells us more about Virtaal. Where does the name come from, why do we need another translation memory tool, what makes Virtaal different and what to expect from the future releases.
Published in Tectonic, the first official release of Virtaal South African localisation experts Translate.org.za have released version 0.2 of a brand new translation tool called Virtaal. Translate’s Friedel Wolff says that “Virtaal is a graphical translation program with a simple layout … built on the powerful API of the Translate Toolkit”. Dwayne Bailey, founder of […]
Published in Tectonic South Africa’s award-winning multilingual software developer, Translate.org.za, has been awarded a grant by the Mozilla Corporation to extend its translation tools. The US-based Mozilla Corporation, a subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation, co-ordinates the development of popular Internet software projects such as the Firefox web browser and the Thunderbird email client. Mozilla awarded […]