Getting Translators to Code III – Create Your Own AutoCorrect
Thread poster: Juan Martín Fernández Rowda

Juan Martín Fernández Rowda  Identity Verified
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Jan 19

A new article for this initiative of helping translator getting started with writing code. This time, I show you how to create you own autocorrect feature, to use with any program (Word, CAT tools, Chrome, etc.) and with the words/mispelling you need, in whatever language you work with.

Here's the link: https://juanrowdablog.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/getting-translators-to-code-iii-create-your-very-own-autocorrect/

If you missed previous posts:

http://www.proz.com/forum/translation_theory_and_practice/310216-getting_translators_to_code.html

http://www.proz.com/forum/translation_theory_and_practice/310561-getting_translators_to_code_ii_a_powerful_yet_simple_search_script.html

Hope you find these useful!


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CafeTran Training
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Getting Translators to Script? Jan 19

With all due respect and a positive attitude to your initiative, just one remark:

Shouldn't the title of your posting be:

Getting Translators to Script?


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Juan Martín Fernández Rowda  Identity Verified
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Good point Jan 19

That's a good point - thanks for bringing it up. The idea is to make a series of posts that gradually increase in "difficulty". I feel scripts is the best way to get started, especially for translators that are completely new to code. For that reason, I started with a "gentle introduction" and I'm covering simple topics in the first. We'll get into more complex stuff eventually, I'm planning on including some Python, etc. But, one step at a time

CafeTran Training wrote:

With all due respect and a positive attitude to your initiative, just one remark:

Shouldn't the title of your posting be:

Getting Translators to Script?


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sam@fr-uk  Identity Verified
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Another useful post Jan 20

Thanks very much! I didn't know that hotstrings could trigger actions as well, so this will prove very handy indeed.

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CafeTran Training
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Sounds interesting Jan 20

Juan Martín Fernández Rowda wrote:

I'm planning on including some Python, etc. But, one step at a time



That sounds interesting. Python is another great Dutch invention, named after Monty Python.

Thank you for this great initiative.

BTW: I'm a script kiddy myself: I use Keyboard Maestro to automate CafeTran on Mac for all kind of micro tasks.


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Juan Martín Fernández Rowda  Identity Verified
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You are welcome! Jan 20

sam@fr-uk wrote:

Thanks very much! I didn't know that hotstrings could trigger actions as well, so this will prove very handy indeed.


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Juan Martín Fernández Rowda  Identity Verified
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Thank you! Jan 20

And, hey, if you'd like to contribute to the initiative, please feel free to do so. It'd be awesome to have more people with experience sharing what they know.

CafeTran Training wrote:

Juan Martín Fernández Rowda wrote:

I'm planning on including some Python, etc. But, one step at a time



That sounds interesting. Python is another great Dutch invention, named after Monty Python.

Thank you for this great initiative.

BTW: I'm a script kiddy myself: I use Keyboard Maestro to automate CafeTran on Mac for all kind of micro tasks.


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