Unfortunately, Kilgray provides examples of configuring the web search only for English and German, and many of the site configurations are defective. And if you have other languages as your working pairs there isn't much you can do with those examples.
In tonight's class we had students working in the following pairs:
- Portuguese to English
- English to Portuguese
- Portuguese to Russian
- French to Portuguese
- Spanish to Portuguese
- German to Portuguese
So we created some example configurations to do web look-ups in all these pairs. And they are available here.
I was a bit surprised to find that I never blogged the chapters of my books that dealt with configuring the web search - I'll have to get around to that one of these days - but the memoQ Help isn't bad for this if you need a little guidance on how to add more site searches or change the configurations of these.
Anyone is welcome to do with the configurations provided here as they please; I hope they will help friends, colleagues and students in the Lusophone world to go a little farther with a great tool.
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