Link Button works with Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT and Internet
Link Button allows you to quickly get a quality translation
from English into Greek and vice versa for any word in any
webpage! Just double-click a word to highlight it, then press
the link button. A new window will open with the translation!
Create the Translatum Link Button:
at Tools on the main Microsoft Internet Explorer menu
and follow this procedure to enable script support: Tools
/ Internet Options / Security / Custom
/ ActiveX controls and plug-ins / Script ActiveX
controls marked safe for scripting: enable!
sure your Links toolbar is visible at the top of your browser
(exactly below the address bar). If it is not, choose View
/ Toolbar and check Links. The links toolbar
will appear below the other toolbars at the top of your browser.
3. Now place
your cursor over the Translatum Link Button at the end of
this sentence, press and hold down the left button on your
mouse, drag the button to your Links toolbar and release the
button when a vertical line appears indicating the insertion
1. You will get a "security alert" saying that the
link may not be safe. It is safe, so respond with "Yes".
2. In case it is not properly incorporated you will see a
double arrow at the right side of your links bar. Click on
it and then right-click the piece of code that appears. Choose
delete. Repeat step 3.
Now test it!
any single word on this page (or any other) (usually by double-clicking
2. Press the Translatum Link Button button on your Web
browser's Link bar.
3. You get a translation in a pop-up window!
This tool is dedicated
to the memory of
lexicographer (and creator of the dictionary to which the
button links to) Panagiotis E. Tsampounaras who passed
away in autumn 2001 virtually unknown (read his article on