3 posts

On the fly translation & other new features

Next step in tractatus 2.0

Besides some minor changes and bug fixes we are happy to announce some nice new features for you. For that, we rewrote some of the code from the ground up.

Since the last update you are able to change the language globally by clicking the flag symbols in the top right corner of the web page (note that your open paragraphs or portlets, respectively, will be untouched by this action).

In addition, you can now quickly switch between the different languages for any portlet separately simply by clicking on the recently added flag symbols in the top right corner of a portlet:

Change language for portlet

Backwards compatibility

Of course all changes were done cautiously so that none of your current data will be lost and converted seamlessly in the new format. As you know it, your dashboard can be saved and shared via mail, copy the URL to clipboard or set a bookmark of the page.

Tractatus 2.0 (EN) online

We finally made it! Just over a year has passed since the tractatus 2.0 has gone online. Now, we are proud to announce the release of the English version of tractatus 2.0 (in the Pears/McGuinness translation).

In this blog, you find news about upgrades, refinement and everything else about the project tractatus 2.0. On the other hand, we would like to give you the opportunity to contribute with feedback and by asking questions. Just write us a message on  or , or via mail.

First time here?

To make yourself familiar with our project, please do not hesitate to visit our tutorial including a detailed introduction and video tutorial.

Best wishes and have a lot of fun in using the tractatus 2.0 in your own particular way,
Robert, 14th June, 2015

Tractatus 2.0 online.

Das Warten hat ein Ende. Der tractatus 2.0 geht heute, pünktlich ein Jahr nach dem 125. Geburtstag seines Schöpfers, online.

Hier im Blog findet ihr News über Neuerungen, Verbesserungen und Allgemeines zum Projekt tractatus 2.0, zum anderen soll er allen Nutzern als Plattform dienen Feedback zu geben, Fragen zu stellen und Wünsche/Anregungen einzubringen. Oder ihr schreibt uns eine Nachricht auf  und  oder klassisch eine Mail.


Zum ersten Mal hier?

Um Euch mit dem Projekt vertraut zu machen, hilft Euch das Tutorial, in dem Ihr sowohl eine ausführliche Anleitung als auch ein Video findet.


Viel Vergnügen bei der Arbeit mit dem Tractatus auf Eure eigene individuelle Weise wünschen

Eva und Robert, 26. April 2015