how to import vocabulary into omega t?
Thread poster: kybernes23

kybernes23
Spanish to English
Dec 10, 2008

hi everybody, i have a list of vocabulary in txt like this

brother hermano
sister hermana
dog perro

separated by a tab each one , is a longer list.
i just dont figurout how to import it into omega t.

by the way, i just tried omega t, and i succeded to add some translation, but what i dont know, is how to do, in order to the program take word by word not sentence by sentence.

please , helpmee, any suggestion please?


 

esperantisto  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:43
Member (2006)
English to Russian
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Please, refer to the Glossaries section of the manual Dec 10, 2008

To access the manual, hit F1 from within the program.

 

Vito Smolej
Germany
Local time: 22:43
Member (2004)
English to Slovenian
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word by word segmentation!? Dec 10, 2008

by the way, i just tried omega t, and i succeded to add some translation, but what i dont know, is how to do, in order to the program take word by word not sentence by sentence.

Does that mean you dont care about sentences, interpunction etc? This is rather strange, because you essentially use a CAT tool as a dictionary.

And, yes, Look at the Glossaries entry in the help file.


 

kybernes23
Spanish to English
TOPIC STARTER
thanks Dec 11, 2008

i just want to say, i need word by word because i need to translate into phonetics, but actually i solved the problem, thankyou very much.

 


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