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IntelliWebSearch 5.1 is on its way – Call for beta testers

IntelliWebSearch v. 5.1 with API support

A new version of IntelliWebSearch is going beta now Version 5.1 will include all the old, loved search features, plus brand new API support. More and more terminology websites are making their resources available through APIs, in what is becoming

IATE and IntelliWebSearch, update

IATE update

The new version of IATE, released on 12 November 2018, can now be consulted via IntelliWebSearch. Settings for a very simple search are shown below. Replace it in the Finish string with the ISO 639-1 code for your source language,

IATE and IntelliWebSearch

IATE

Several IntelliWebSearch users have reported that they cannot access the new version of IATE, which was released on 12 November 2018. Well, don’t panic: I have some good news for you! Manuel Leal, a Language Technology Coordinator at the Council

A new software tool from the developer of IntelliWebSearch: Raw Output Evaluator

Raw Output Evaluator, developed for a postgraduate course module aimed at teaching the use of machine translation and post-editing at the IULM University in Milan, was officially launched to the public in a workshop at Translating and the Computer 40

IntelliWebSearch at the University of Trieste

SSLMIT - Università di Trieste

The Department of Legal, Language, Interpreting and Translation Studies at the University of Trieste installs IntelliWebSearch. If you are an educational institution, you may request complimentary licences for your computer laboratories and special prices for your students. Write for more information.

The search is on: article in the ITI Bulletin

ITI article

A big thanks to Claire Selden for writing an article in the ITI Bulletin about her impressions of IntelliWebSearch after attending the workshop organized by ITI’s London Region Group at UCL last year. Claire says “whenever you come across a

Must-have handheld human-assisted translation tool

IntelliWebSearch Pen

IntelliWebSearch launches a new must-have handheld human-assisted translation tool. Conference-goers and workshop attendees may be lucky enough to pick one up for free!

You can now use IntelliWebSearch in Russian or Dutch!

Russian setings window

The first two official localized versions of the IntelliWebSearch user interface are now available. To install the new UI languages, all you have to do is update to the latest version (5.0.1.35) and choose the language you want to use on

Others give you one month; IntelliWebSearch gives you two!

Two-month trial

If you have never used IntelliWebSearch v. 5 before, you can try it on up to three different PCs for two months for FREE. Just download and install: the tool automatically activates for a two-month trial period*. Why two months

I’ve bought the licence, now what?

Manage New Code

Once you receive your activation codes, right click the red i icon in the notification area and choose Manage licences from the menu that appears: Alternatively you can open the Search Window (Ctrl+Alt+B by default) and choose Manage licences from the Help menu: Type in an activation code and your email address,

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