Translation of Japanese pages ...


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Posted by Dave Bull on May 29, 2002 at 04:21:56:

In Reply to: Hiroshige 'photographs' posted by Dave Bull on May 29, 2002 at 03:35:46:

I should have put this information together with the previous post, but anyway, here is a method you can use to get 'translations' of the Japanese pages:

Step 1) Make a 'bookmark' (favourite) in your browser with this URL (actually a tiny script). It might wrap around onto more than one line here - paste it back together if you have to:
javascript:location.href='http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr?&lp=ja_en&url='+location.href;

Title it 'Japanese to English' or something like that ...


Step 2) Go to a Japanese page on the net. Here is the front page of the site I posted a few minutes ago:
http://www.geocities.co.jp/Milano-Aoyama/7750/


Step 3) Once the page is displaying in your browser, scrambled text and all, go to your Bookmarks section and select the bookmark you made in Step 1.

After a short pause, you will see the 'translated' page in your browser.

If you follow links, they will also get translated.

Niimi-san - the designer of that website - has a 'Link' page to many other Japanese sites on ukiyo-e ... Enjoy the trip!

Dave



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