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Help - Dictionary Format


You can find many different dictionary formats on the Internet, and TranslateIt! supports many of them. As for text formatting, TranslateIt! supports the following formats:
  • Plain - entries in plain text, the Plain dictionary formatting is inherited from the Muller dictionary
  • HTML - entries presented in HTML source code
  • Plain/HT - entries are in HTML, but line breaks are interpreted as is
  • Dec/PL - the same as the Plain format, but entries are in Decomposed-UTF-8
  • Dec/HT - the same as the HTML format, but entries are in Decomposed-UTF-8
  • Dec/PHT - the same as the Plain/HT format, but entries are in Decomposed-UTF-8
The Dec formats were introduced in order to resolve the UTF-8 encoding issue, where some characters with diacritics may have several different representations.
TranslateIt! works much faster now, so the Dec-format forcing is not necessary any more, since TranslateIt! searches both in Precomposed and Decomposed formats automatically.
As for specific dictionary formats, TranslateIt! supports the following ones:
  • TID - This is the new high-performance format introduced in TranslateIt! at the end of 2010 that supports editing of user dictionaries
  • StarDict was the main dictionary format in early versions of TranslateIt!. It is still supported out of the box
  • StarDict/TI is the advanced StarDict-based format with the gzip-compression and content protection support
  • DCT - The TranslateIt! for Windows dictionary format. Dictionaries in this format are automatically converted during installation
  • MDICT - This is the multimedia-rich dictionary format with support for styles, images, sounds. This is the TranslateIt! native dictionary format, no conversion is required
  • TranslateIt! packages are special containers that simplify distribution and installation of pronunciation sound packages and 3rd party resources
  • XDXF is a special open XML-format for dictionary distribution. Dictionaries in this format are automatically converted during installation
  • SDICT is the SDict dictionary format. Dictionaries in this format are automatically converted during installation
  • BGL is the Babylon dictionary format. Dictionaries in this format are automatically converted during installation
  • Apple Dictionary is the Apple's dictionary format. Dictionaries in this format are automatically converted during installation
  • DSL is the ABBYY Lingvo dictionary source format. Dictionaries in this format need to be converted using DictBuilder

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