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Looking at previous threads, I am encouraged to see that SDL are looking at improving compatibility with DNS and other programs that are designed to enhance accessibility.
I see that there is a new version of Studio coming out soon, so it seems like a good time to ask again whether SDL is going to be implementing full compatibility of the editor with Dragon NaturallySpeaking. As others have pointed out, MemoQ and DejaVu have been fully compatible for some time and it is a little odd that Studio hasn't followed suit yet.
Does anyone know whether Trados Studio 2017 will offer full text control?
A description of full text control can be found here: www.nuance.com/.../about_full_text_control.htm
Hello Daniel. I just checked and confirmed you can use Dragon in the online version of SDL TRADOS 2021. I'm in fact dictating this comment to you using Dragon. If you try for example to use Dragon in chrome…
Has this been addressed in latest releases of Studio (Studio 2019 or Studio 2021)?
It is of course a productivity issue for many but it is mainly an accessibility problem.
That is an interesting question -- not with respect to Studio 2019 or 2021, which don't offer full text control, and I doubt that the next versions will either.
But I haven't tried the new cloud version of Studio yet (I am still cautious about installing Studio 2021).
Did SDL design a new up-to-date user interface for the cloud version, instead of the decades-old interface on the regular version of Studio?
Daniel García Magariños
There hasn't been any work done to specifically address this issue as far as I know. It's still exactly the same technology in the Studio editor as it's always been.
Bruce Campbell said:Did SDL design a new up-to-date user interface for the cloud version, instead of the decades-old interface on the regular version of Studio?
Well... if it was actually possible to simply put the old interface directly into a browser we surely would have done it. It might be old but it still carries significant advantages over anything possible with browser technology.
However, it has of course been completely rebuilt from scratch. How compatible it is with DNS in this regard... you should probably test yourself (which you could do if you had Trados Studio 2021), or perhaps someone like Nora Díaz could tell you what her experiences are using DNS in the browser environment.
Hello Daniel. I just checked and confirmed you can use Dragon in the online version of SDL TRADOS 2021. I'm in fact dictating this comment to you using Dragon. If you try for example to use Dragon in chrome, the message below should appear then just click on the link and go and get the extension. In this respect, as far as I know, the fact that Dragon can work inside the Chrome browser is more important than the actual online webpage, if you see what I mean. Confession: I had to spell letter by letter the middle name of the software to get it to be recognised!
PS I just tried Firefox. The good news:
The bad news: