Funny that you mention this colour psychology, Wolfgang Soundso, I've switched my desktop background to a blue/green see motive yesterday, for cooling down :).
Yesss, thanks Martin, green bars again. Sand colour gives me a feeling of heat, sun and all, and of this we have plenty these days. Green is more refreshing, like a mint sweet. ;-)
@Hans Cafe Trans Wiki (funny name, BTW):
Will look for that 2015 beta
I think that Wolfgang performed a major update, whereas you performed a minor one. Igor's currently playing with colours. My CafeTran GUI looks green, actually the same green as the menu bar of this Freshdesk. And white of course. And black for the text.
Currently, the 365 version of Word is 2011, if I'm not mistaken. Perhaps you like the beta for Word:mac 2015 more? It certainly looks nice!
anybody here running Office 365 Personnel on a Mac?
Is it worth it?
I threw 2011 out, was slow und sluggish.
Any comment is welcome.
Yesterday before updating CT my tool bars were green, today they are some sort of caca d'oie, sand colour, I don't like.
How do I get my green bars back without f ***** up my whole setting?
I posted a message about the available update in the News forum.
How about allowing users to save their user files and settings outside the CafeTran package?
Hello all and welcome,
The new build will be officially announced soon. This time, I plan to make it downloadable with easy steps to update your current installation without overwriting any files or settings. I will announce it at the new forum here.
Hello, I'm a Japanese translator.
Recently I had the same question.
Asking for an update file from the support desk seems to be the easiest and safest way, but if you want to do the updating as you wish (and without bothering the support team), you can download CT from this site ... but you should copy at least the following folders somewhere else before updating (i.e., before overriding the existing version) and paste them back, as they are not retained.
- Contents > Java > Infos > resources > Glossaries (where res. files for glossaries are stored; when res. files are here, glossary listing is retained on the menu bar)
- Contents > Java > Infos > resources > Internet (where res. files for Internet resources are stored)
- Contents > Java > resources > spellchecker (where Hunspell files are stored)
I hope that update files will be downloadable from the "My Account" page.
Here on Mac, I noticed that I lose my Hunspell dictionaries (and maybe a few other things or settings) each and every time I update CT.
As a solution, I open the dmg file (instead of launching it) and I take only the Cafetran.jar file. It does the job (so I don't have to reinstall the Hunspell dicos), but I wonder if other files are also modified when CT is updated...