I’m wondering if anyone knows if there’s a splitscreen bilingual translation browser or browser extension.
What I’m looking for would work best if the screen was divided into two parts, a top part and a bottom part.
In the top part you’d be on a page like the Hipihi web site, which is in Chinese, and requires that you log in to access certain parts. So you log in and you see the stuff there that’s only available to logged in folks, but you can’t read it because it’s in Chinese and you are English only. Or German only. Or French only.
So you split the screen and the bottom part shows the translation of the top part.
Anyone who’s tried to use Google translate on pages that require logging in knows that it doesn’t quite work like it ought to.
The Google translated search doesn’t quite do what I’m looking for. All the foreign language sites that require login such as the ones that I look at like hipihi.com, novoking.com, uworld3d.com, and the old papermint site and a few French language virtual world sites refuse to operate properly if you are trying to view them in the Google translated version.
Instead of being a translated version of data directly from the foreign language web site, the translation window needs to get it source date from the untranslated window.
If anyone has any clues as to the whereabouts of such a bilingual translating browser or browser extension please let me know.
Tags: Hipihi, Novoking, uWorld, uWorld3D, Suezanne, SuezanneCB, SuezanneC Baskerville