WD-40 to make things go,
and duct tape to make them stop.”
This is a CAT tool (Computer-Assisted Translation) that I have mentioned several times on my blog. I like it because it’s open source and free. It includes many features, like glossary and access to machine translation servers. It’s updated regularly and you can find videos on YouTube on how to use it.
Just like OmegaT above you can also get an entire operating system for free. According to DistroWatch, Linux Mint is the most popular Linux distribution today, followed by Ubuntu and Debian. OmegaT runs perfectly on Linux Mint, which is used by many people around the world, so you can easily get support, if you run into technical challenges.
The ProZ.com Job BoardAt the moment there are “496,342 translation jobs posted”. You might find something you can translate 😉
It contains a mix of jobs from agencies, direct clients, colleagues and more, with short, medium or long deadlines, you name it!
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