Translation tool

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On my old computer I had a handy thing, that when you scrolled over a Spanish word, you could get the English translation. I just can't remember where I found it or how I loaded it.
Anyone know about this'

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updated JUN 28, 2008
posted by motley

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Gracias Sara S.
I do use that, it's great especially when I need to translate the synopsis of my telanovelas.

updated JUN 28, 2008
posted by motley
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Hola Motley,

Como esta usted?

Yo estoy tarde pero....

I don't like to add toolbars to my browser they are usually quite bulky and take up too page space, I'd rather see the most of page than see 5 or 6 inches worth of toolbars and only a couple inches of page.

I found a cool tool on Google. It will show you the entire webpage you want to see and in the language you want. If its in English and you want Spanish, it'll do it. Same with Spanish to English. It also has other languages it can translate to and from.

Here's the link http://translate.google.com/translate_t
All you have to do is put the address of the page you want translated into the lower text box. In the drop down language menus change the language that the page is written and change the language you want it translated to. Hit translate.

Fabuloso!

Buena suerte y espero un buen fin de semana

updated JUN 28, 2008
posted by Sara-S
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I did finally figure it out, it works differently from the one I had before.& is much better.
I stopped using internet explorer because my computer expert said that's where the hackers like to go, but of course they move on.

updated MAY 25, 2008
posted by motley
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It's definetly the Google toolbar. I love it!
Why don't you install Internet Explorer too? I use Vista and I have both Mozilla Firefox and Explorer in my computer and works perfectly fine.

updated MAY 24, 2008
posted by Benz
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It is the Google Toolbar, which I downloaded, but I can't get the toolbar to show on Mozilla on my Yahoo homepage. I don't use Internet Explorer. My new computer is Windows Vista, anyone have any ideas'

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by motley
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It will only translate words & not all of them, but you just scroll over the word & the translation appears next to it. I think I found what I'm looking for but haven't been able to get it to work, so I'm doing something wrong..

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by motley
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Hola Motley/Heidita,

How does this tool work? I am interested in getting it as well. Could you give some more detail. For instance, if I want to read CNN en Espanol and simulataneously if I ran into a word that I don't know, does it translate right there for me....like a pop-up tool.
Muchas gracias.

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by Henry-D
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Hola Motley: Yo tengo esa herramienta en la google bar que tengo instalada. También tiene corrector.

updated MAY 5, 2008
posted by 00494d19