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Next time traveling in countries I do not speak the language of: use live (real time!) Google Translate of signage and voice.

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/29

Google translate is so useful.

The thread below is [WayBack] Thread by @shanselman: “Anytime I’m traveling I use Google Translate to check translations in real time on signage. You have to see it to belis real and LIVE while you move your camera. @ Paris Sorry, your browser doesn’t support embedded videos Folk […]”

But first one via [WayBack] Hadi Hariri on Twitter: “This is pretty damn cool.… “

[WayBack] Leon Fayer on Twitter: “Another point for Google docs… “

Live translate (Via Danny Thorpe and Mark Miller):

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How To Work with Google Reference List: all Google URLs you will ever need in one handy place – via Denis Labelle

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/11/30

All Google URLs you will ever need in one handy place: How To Work with Google Reference List I. by Dennis Labelle.


Posted in G+: GooglePlus, GMail, Google, Google Analytics, Google Apps, GoogleAuthenticator, GoogleBookmarks, GoogleCalendar, GoogleContacts, GoogleDocs, GoogleDrive, GoogleFlights, GoogleGroups, GoogleHangouts, GoogleMaps, GoogleReader, GoogleSearch, GoogleTranslate, GoogleVoice, Hangouts, Power User, SocialMedia | Leave a Comment »

Google thinks is in German. How can I prevent that? +GoogleTranslate

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/08/22

This was a search for ISDN S0 bus:

Google thinks it is in German, but it is in English: even the html tag indicates it is in English:

<!doctype html><html itemscope="" itemtype="" lang="en"><head><meta content="/images/google_favicon_128.png" itemprop="image"><meta content="origin" id="mref" name="referrer">

I cannot change the page so nothing I can use from the suggestions in html – Why does Chrome incorrectly determine page is in a different language and offer to translate? – Stack Overflow.

Anybody knows what can I do to prevent this wrong guess?

Can anyone from +GoogleTranslate please step in?

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