Friday, November 11, 2005

Identify yourself

It has been a while since the last post. Hard to find time for this blog these days. Anyway. The corpus accessories that I show you today are Signature and Journal.

The Signature accessory automatically adds your name and timestamp to the records. When you share corpus files with others, you can tell who made the last change to a record and when. The Journal accessory, on the other hand, lets you add additional textual information to a record. The logged information will never be removed unless you delete the record. So what is the use of it? Well, it is totally up to you.

The following clip shows an online help project, where you see possible use of those accessories. You may also get some idea of how AppleTrans manages HTML files. You know how many CAT tools let you "preview" HTML file on the fly?