Nice Translator is pretty straightforward to use, but, just in case any of you are having some trouble, we wanted to throw together a quick help section. If you have suggestions on how we can expand this section further, please let us know.
Getting Started with Nice Translator
First, select the languages you would like to translate into. Nice Translator allows you to translate into multiple languages at once, so you may add as many Translators as you’d like. If you have cookies on, Nice Translator will remember which translators you like to have open for later.
Nice Translator will auto-detect the language you are translating from; you can just begin typing in the main input box at the top of the screen. As you type, your translators will go to work and begin translating your text. If for some reason Nice Translator misses a few words on the end once your done typing, just hit enter to complete your translation.
If auto detect is on, Nice Translator will display the language it has auto-detected along the top right of the input box, in parenthesis. Although the auto-detect feature, powered by Google, is quite impressive, it may slip-up here and there. In such a case, you may specifically set the source language as shown below.
When you’re done with your translation, you can just hit the ‘Esc’ Key to clear your input and start a new one.
And, that’s pretty much it! Nice Translator is powerful in its simplicity. If you have any problems, comments or suggestions, please leave us a comment.
Note: If you want to report a problem with NT please include your browser type & version. If you have difficulty explaining the issue, e-mail a screenshot of the problem to nicky [at] tumbledesign [dot] com.