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Topic Title: Does anybody know how to turn off "tips" when using Google Translate?
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Created On: 02/23/2019 09:42 PM
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 Does anybody know how to turn off "tips" when using Google Translate?   - lifeisgood - 02/23/2019 09:42 PM  
 Does anybody know how to turn off   - Harrybells - 03/13/2019 01:29 AM  
 Does anybody know how to turn off "tips" when using Google Translate?   - Mphillipson - 03/14/2019 02:59 PM  
 02/23/2019 09:42 PM
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I mean, when using it together with DPI15, it confuses the script.

The script below work (somewhat). It used to work perfectly, HOWEVER, because of the 'translation copied' appearing on the screen and not disappearing, the insertion point going back to the left side of the screen just does not happen. The insertion point is hanging somewhere, but the translation is pasted in the document as I want.

Next translation does not work because the insertion point is not in the left side.

Any suggestion greatly appreciated. Thank you in advace for anyone who replies.

Using Firefox and Google Translate


Sub Main
SendKeys "%+{Right}"
Wait 0.1

SendKeys "^c" ' copies paragraph
Wait 0.3

SendKeys "^{Up}"
SendKeys "{Left}"
Wait 0.2

SendKeys "%{Tab}"
Wait 0.1

SendKeys "^a" ' select all
Wait 2

SendKeys "^v" ' paste
Wait 3

SendKeys "{TAB 7}"
SendKeys "{TAB}"
Wait 2

SendKeys "{Space}" ' copies text

This section does not work because the 'translation copied' stays on the screen for a long time

Wait 5 (changing this time makes no difference)
SendKeys "+{TAB 7}"
Wait 0.1
SendKeys "+{TAB}"
Wait 0.1

SendKeys "%{Tab}"
Wait 0.5

SendKeys "^{Up}"
Wait 0.1
SendKeys "{Left}"
Wait 0.1

SendKeys "^v"
End Sub

 03/13/2019 01:29 AM
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The Google translator is a great tool. It can convert any kind of languages. You can use it if you need to get some sense of other language. Or want to convert something private. But if you are translating some vital document then you cannot depend on it. As it get uneven typically. You can't be sure stable Internet access during your travels. For times when you are with no net you can still use Google Translate if you have downloaded a language set. And now these packs come with neural machine translation which picks up the app's version efforts. NMT translates full verdicts instead of just parts of a verdict. Before this varies you got NMT only while the app was online. It leaves offline conversions to depend on more vital tools. You can download a language set by going to the list of languages from the down sign download button next to the pack you wish. Each language set is among 35 to 45 MB. So they won't take up much storage on your mobile.
Using the microphone to get conversions is fast and easy. You can also use the app to help turn talks between you and a foreign speaker. When you are in microphone type the usually is to take note to one language and get the change. If you tap the red mic button to the app into talk mode it will listen to both languages. And offer conversions as you and your foreign friend get to make out one another. If you find yourself continually looking up the change for certain words. Then you can save them for easy come back way in. Just click the star button next to a conversion result. To see you're saved accesses tap the Saved button at the base of your display.


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 03/14/2019 02:59 PM
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There is an Google Extension:


This enables shortcut keys when using Google Chrome only I'm afraid.

Not sure if there is an extension for Firefox…


Thanks Mark


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