A little DHTML utility for formatting parallel translations.
duizhao (Ã¥Â°Ã§â¦Â§) is a tiny little utility, written in DHTML, that assists with formatting parallel translations. Usage is pretty simple: open duizhao.html in your browser, and type the original and translated text in any two of the entry boxes provided in the top half of the window. (A third box is provided for intermediate forms or transliterations like pinyin, but will be ignored if it is left empty.) HTML formatting is permitted (and as a consequence you will need to escape ampersands as & and so on).
Documentationsee README file.
released on 22 March 2010
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