Translog 2006 released
12 June 2012
Translog runs on 64 bit Windows machines. See instructions under Articles.
19 Nov 06
Translog releases its first update of the 2006 version (v. 3.0.1). More under News.
1 Oct 06
Translog releases its 2006 version. Translog 2006 introduces a broad range of new features such as international charsets support, working with multiple log files, audio recording and playback, eye-tracking, and much more. Learn more here
7 July 06
The development of the new Translog 2006 version has begun. Expected development period: July 2006 - September 2006.
20 Oct 05
A version of Translog will be used in the EU IST project Eye-to-IT expected to start in January 2006. Here Translog logging will be synchronised with eye-tracking and EEG data.
18 Oct 05
A new Translog version compatible with Windows2000 and WindowsXP has now been programmed. A problem with representing WingDings correctly in the linear representation has been more or less solved. Users running the older Translog2000 under these operating systems can get a correct linear representation of logged data by saving a representation and displaying it as a Word .rtf file.
1 Dec 02
The Translog homepage went on the air on 1 December 2002. The main idea is to create a forum where Translog users can exchange ideas, bring up suggestions, and read and (pre)publish Translog-related articles.
26 Nov. 02
At the IST 2002 Event in Copenhagen 4-6 Nov 2002, new infra-red eye-tracking equipment was demonstrated that makes it possible to track the exact location on a computer screen (e.g. a word) that a person is focussing on at any given time. Eye-tracking might be an interesting supplement to tracking keystrokes.