Align Assist version 0.4 released

03/11/08 4:27 PM

I’ve released a new version of Align Assist. The main improvement in this version is the ability to specify URLs as the source/translation. Now, you can enter the URLs of any two web pages, and align their text.

Align Assist main window

What is Align Assist?

Align Assist is a free tool to create Felix translation memories (TMs) from legacy translations. You select a source file and translation file, then align them in a grid window. Once the source and translation segments are aligned, select File >> Save to save them as a Felix TM.

Align window

Align Assist can align many different file types, including Microsoft® Word (.doc, .rtf), PowerPoint (.ppt), and Excel (.xls, .csv), as well as HTML, XML, text, and PDF files.

Click here to go to the Align Assist page

Posted by Ryan Ginstrom | in tools | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Align Assist version 0.4 released”

  1. MH Borsanyi Says:

    Please, can you tell me if it is possible to transfer to MS Word, or even better to print the tables which have been aligned using Align Assist.

    Thank you in advance.

    MH Borsanyi

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