Announcement on Free memoQ Webinars for October 2012

Kilgray MemoQ Webinar dates for October are available on the Kilgray website. Check them out!

Kilgray’s webinars are always free. Make sure that you do not miss any of these presentations.

If you missed previous presentations or just want to watch them again, check out the recorded webinars page on the Kilgray website.

Details are at Sip Sak Ceviri LSP blog: http://www.sipsakceviri.com/blog/free-memoq-webinars-for-october-2012

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OmegaT 2.5.5_03 and 2.6.1 released

OmegaT is a free and open source multiplatform Computer Assisted Translation tool with fuzzy matching, translation memory, keyword search, glossaries, and translation leveraging into updated projects.

And in September 26, OmegaT standard version 2.5.5 update 3 and latest version 2.6.1 were released.

OmegaT 2.5.5 update 3 has a new file filter for Visio (*.vxd) files and a small improvement in the Linux Kaptain script.

In the TXML filter (the native OmegaT one) the content of revisions could appear. This has been corrected.

The German localisation has been updated to 2.5.5.

In addition to the elements above, OmegaT 2.6.1 has a number of improvements.

In the project file list, the encoding and the filter used are now listed.

The PO filter was improved. It is now possible to hide headers, and OmegaT supports plural forms.

In the HTML filter, there is now an option to compress whitespace and remove comments in the target document.

To allow using OmegaT on small screens, the Project Properties dialog can now be resized.

It is possible to load a TMX as an “alternative source”, allowing displaying more than one source language in the Editor for the current segment.

You can download the new version following the directions from
http://www.omegat.org/en/downloads.html
for standard and latest versions.

News source: Didier Briel at OmegaT Yahoo Group, http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/OmegaT/message/26371 in 26.09.2012