12 June 2012
The problem with Translog2006 on 64-bit machines has been solved, thaks to Ragnar Bonk. See his instructions under Articles
9 Jan 2012
A problem with Translog2006 on 64-bit machines
Translog2006 was programmed to run on 32-bit machines running Windows XP. Installation on 64-bit machines tends to produce an error message even when the program is installed as a 32-bit program. We are working on solving the problem, but still have not found a good solution. If and when we solve the problem, the solution will be published here. If a user 'out there' has the answer, please contact us at email@example.com.
19 Nov 06
The first update of the .net Translog 2006 version is now ready
Translog Supervisor now comes with an improved source text editor in which e.g. <unit> and <dict> codes can be edited inline along with the normal text and codes can be pasted or imported from a txt or rtf file; and unit markers can have a random viewing time, from A to B milliseconds.
Translog can be externally synchronized through a UDP message type (Broadcast or Unicast); IP address, and UDP port can be configured. The interval between sync signals can also be altered (default: 10 sec.)
In Translog User, the target and the source window can be positioned freely (4 positions). Full-screen mode is now supported.
For download -- go to Products
1 Oct 06
Translog releases its first beta version of the 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. More info to come shortly.
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.