Sunday, May 18, 2014

Translation Tools From Chinese To English

Lately, I have been trying to translate Chinese characters to English. Unfortunately, the characters are in an image, so I could not copy and paste the text into a translator.

I have found that Google Translate seems to be the best for translating. I recommend opening another tab of Google Translate, so that you can translate little phrases in the first tab, and then form the sentence in another, by copying and pasting the correct Chinese characters. I like Google Translate the best, because it gives us the opportunity to actually write in the Chinese character stroke by stroke. Entering in certain Chinese characters any other way can very difficult.

It is nice to have this page available, too.

Unfortunately, the audio pronunciations of these translators do not work with Opera web browser, as far as I can tell.

I will update this blog post, if I find other pages.

The end. Thank you for reading!

Monday, May 12, 2014

How To Fill In PDF Forms Using Okular 0.10.5 & Kubuntu 10.04.4 & KDE 4.4.5

Modern PDF files can have forms for the user to fill out. In some cases, the user wants to fill them out, and hand them in, with the option for somebody else to modify them. I do not know of any ways to do this with actual PDF files. The rest of my post tells you how to fill them in, and then submit them in a way that cannot be modified.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Criminal Case Time Saving Tip

Do you enjoy playing Criminal Case on Facebook? If so, then read the rest of my post, which helps you to save time and still give cards to your favourite partners.