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Opera Integration

Opera doesn't allow use of the scanning mode (on-the-fly translations) directly.
It is due its multiplatform architecture (it also works on Windows and Linux): Opera for Mac OS X is mostly written in Carbon, which is why it doesn't implement the API for capturing text under the mouse pointer.

To let Opera users enjoy all capabilities of TranslateIt!, we developed a method that allows looking up the meanings of selected words in a pop-up window invoked from the contextual menu.

This method is compatible with TranslateIt! 9.9 (build 9904) and higher.

To configure Opera:
  1. Launch Opera.
  2. Open this page.
  3. Open the Opera preferences dialog (Command-,)
    Choose the Advanced tab, then the Toolbars subsection, in the Menu setup list, select Opera Standard item, then press the Duplicate button, you could also rename (by using the Rename button) new item of the list (that initially calls Copy of Opera Standard), for example, to TranslateIt!
    So, you did create your own menu profile. Now select this profile then press the OK button at the bottom to close the preferences dialog.
  4. In Finder, navigate to ~/Library/Preferences/Opera Preferences/Menu, where you should find a file with a name similar to standard_menu (1).ini
  5. Open that file in your preferred text editor (TextEdit will do.) It is very important to open the file using the UTF-8 encoding, and save it in that same encoding. To configure TextEdit to use the UTF-8 encoding, before opening the file, open TextEdit preferences, click the Open and Save tab, and in the Plain Text File Encoding section, choose Unicode (UTF-8) from both the Opening files and the Saving files drop-down menus.
  6. In the [Hotclick Popup Menu] section (approximately in middle of the INI-file), insert the following line (copy and paste it as one line) before, or after the line Item, MI_IDM_SELENCYCLOPED... :

    Item, "Look Up in TranslateIt!"=Go to page, "javascript:window.location='x-tidaemon://query?%t';"
  7. Save the file.
  8. Restart Opera.
  9. Now select a word on that page, press the right mouse button, and select Look Up in TranslateIt! from the contextual menu.
    If you don't see the translation at this time, Opera will prompt you to choose an application to use for this command (see below), otherwise the setup process is successfully finished.
    We're almost done. There is only one little trick left: To communicate with TranslateIt!, the menu item uses its own protocol called x-tidaemon, which is assigned to TranslateIt!. When first translating using Opera, you should choose an application to handle this protocol:
    Check the box at the bottom that says: Do not show this dialog again, for Opera to save your choice, and then click Yes.

    If everything was done correctly, you should see the translation of the selected word in a pop-up window.

    If something goes wrong, you can re-link the x-tidaemon protocol to TIDaemon in the Opera preferences (Advanced tab, Program subsection).

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