Let Google automatically display images for one-term segments
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xxx2nl  Identity Verified
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Apr 19, 2015

Would it be possible and even useful to let Google automatically display the first n images from its images results, both for source and target, neatly arranged in a floating pane, when processing one-term segments?

E.g. Translate "Hutschiene" from German to Dutch and get 3 Hutschienen and 3 DIN-rails displayed.

I guess that a semi-automatical solution is already possible via a web resource?

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xxx2nl  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:50
It should be possible Apr 19, 2015

It should be possible in semi-automatic mode, by using two web resources, e.g. one for German and one for Dutch:



There is room for improvement:

  • Allow automatic searches
  • Only show images -- I think that this will be possible as soon as CSS support for CafeTran's built-in browser is back again.

    [Edited at 2015-04-20 08:05 GMT]

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