30-31 Jan 2014 The CBS CRITT-WCRE will host conference on Translation in transition: Between cognition, computing and technology. See http://bridge.cbs.dk/platform/?q=conference2014
5 May 2013
Instruction videos created by Katarzyna Stachowiak from the University of Poznan showing how to use Translog II can be found at http://bridge.cbs.dk/
7 Jan 2013
3rd TPR summer school course for PhD students
The third Translation Process Research PhD summer school will run at CBS from 5 August till 8 August. Participants will learn to use the freely available new Translog II version which integrates keylogging and eyetracking. Information will be(come) available at www.cbs.dk/tpr2013 and at http://bridge.cbs.dk/
The summer school will be followed by a related 2-day workshop/conference Speech and Gaze in Translation, where PhD's will have an oportunity to present papers (subject to review).
Translog II is platform independent and can be freely downloaded at https://dl.dropbox.com/u/7757461/bin/SetupT2.msi
1 Nov 2012
Translog II will be used to evaluate user interaction with the graphical user interface to be developed in the EU FP7 CASMACAT project scheduled to run from 1 Nov 12 till 1 Nov 2014
1 July 2012
A new version of Translog based on Translog 2006, but integrating keylogging and eyetracking more robustly than in the experimental version of Translog 2006 developed in the context of the EU FP7 Eye-to-IT project has been under development by Dr. Michael Carl, with programming assistance from Morten Lemvigh, Jakob Elming, Ragnar Bonk and Abhidjit Mishra. The new version will be labelled Translog II.
12 June 2012
The problem with Translog2006 on 64-bit machines has been solved, thanks 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.