CafeTran ready for the feature, very nice!
Wondering what Java 9 will bring us ;).
I tried to install the update via the Help About panel. When I click on the update file, it opens and then I have see four files and Cafetran icon. I clicked on the Cafetran icon and it said import complete. I'm not sure if I've actually installed the update though. I couldn't seem to install the whole update package.
The new build of update 22 (2017100301) is available for download with the following fixes and improvements:
- Fixed an issue with the segments grid display after the "Segment with letters" filter is set.
- Fixed an undo/redo editor's issue related to Java 9 update.
- Fixed display of Arabic script in Autocompletion on Windows system.
- Handling TMX translation memories which have the external Document Type Definition (DTD) set.
Please update the program as described in the announcement post above.
Try to simply drag and drop the downloaded 20171001_update.zip file from your download location (e.g Desktop) onto CafeTran's Dashboard - welcome screen. If you still have an issue with the update, please submit a support ticket.
on a side note: Anyone here know how to get the Heartsome TMX editor to work with Java 9?
hmm, perhaps not the most elegant solution, but I just installed Java 8 alongside Java 9, and Heartsome works again.
I realized the problem. The file was unzipped. I right clicked as you said and clicked Download Linked File. The drag and drop didn't work, but Help About accepted it. Nothing seems different so perhaps it worked the first time. Should the Dashboard have a lot of white now?
Java 9 can be downloaded here (the official java.com landing page does not help, perhaps to note in the next announcement, if this java.com page does not change).
Works like a charm, but the Coffehouse theme is a bit colourful now, don't you think?
The "Uniform" theme looks quite nice, very modern, but is only available for the working mode. Would be great to have this as dashboard theme (without any urgency).
The previous font for Auto-completion could be changed the same as target segment editor's font. However, changing the default Java font in Autocompletion broke the display of Arabic characters (and possibly of other non-Latin based languages). Therefore, now the user can change only its size, which is the same as target language editor's font size (minus 2 points if the editor's font size is more than 20 points). Though I don't think the font is bold. It may only appear so if editor's font size is set quite large. Try to lower the size a bit via View > Font > Current target segment.
Also, Java 9 on Windows takes over the the operating system's scaling so if you changed the default scaling in Windows it would affect CafeTrans's interface including the fonts.
> Should the Dashboard have a lot of white now?
You should repeat the update with the original (zipped) version. Some files may not be updated if you unzip it before updating.
CafeTran Espresso 2017 Yeddi update 22 is available for download. The update can be performed via the Drag & Drop procedure as follows:
1. Run CafeTran.
2. Download 20171001_update.zip file from here (do not unzip or rename the file after downloading) and place it on your desktop.
Note: On Mac OSX, the Safari web browser may unzip the file automatically after downloading. To prevent this, just use the right-click menu and choose the "Download Linked File" command.
3. Drag and drop the downloaded file into the Project Dashboard and restart the program.
Alternatively, you can install the update via the Update button in the Help > About panel instead of dragging and dropping.
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