Allikas: Minority Translate
Redaktsioon seisuga 16. jaanuar 2016, kell 21:05 kasutajalt Kruusamägi (arutelu | kaastöö)

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Autocomplete function
Align function

MT simplifies the creation of new articles with a number of features designed to support various styles and aims of use.

A simple interface
  • Multiple source language articles can be used simultaneously
  • Colored text to simplify reading and writing wikisyntax
  • In-text autocomplete
  • Saved snippets for more powerful copypaste
  • Dictionary search support
  • Spell checking using Hunspell
  • Easy insertion of special symbols
  • The user interface can quickly be translated in your language
Ways to guide and organize your own translations and the development of the wikipedia into activities
  • Off-line support for doing the work where you want to
  • Downloading articles by category, topic or suggestion list to use on translation (up to thousands of articles at a time)
  • Batch upload of finished articles
  • Easily customizable article recommendation lists to guide the development either individually or for team work
  • Support for Wikipedia Incubator language editions
  • Session tagging for classroom use
Automatization of many small tasks on Wikipedia translation
  • Added links to Wikidata when uploading
  • Translation memory, especially good for translating templates
  • Pull function with text processing and Wikidata based link translation and autocomplete functionality for link checking
  • Machine translation suggestions using Apertium
Information about the translation process is optionally collected
  • Collected data is annotated according to the language skills specified by the user
  • Data includes the languages used for source and target of the translation to study translation practices
  • The collected data is available with a free license