To create a new annotated document, select General Preferences dialog.or from the menu. will create a new document from the content of the system clipboard, the import options can be configured in the
Selecting Import dialog. In the text field you can enter an HTTP URL or the file name of a local document. The document should be plain text. There is some support for importing HTML documents, but it will only work for documents with simple layout. If you click the button, a file chooser dialog will pop up and let you select a local file. The character encoding of the file can be selected in the Character encoding ... popup menu. You can usually leave it on the <auto> setting, which will make JGloss auto-detect the encoding of the file. If the auto-detection fails for a file and the document is not displayed correctly, you can select the encoding manually. You can choose the text parser for the automatic annotation in the Text Parser part of the dialog (see the section called “Text Parser selection” ). Clicking the button will import the selected file.will show the
If the imported document contains a reading for a annotated word, it will be used for the reading annotation, and the first translation found with this reading will be used for the translation annotation. Otherwise, the first reading and translation found in a dictionary will be used for the annotation. You can change the annotations later manually.
The JGloss application is quite resource intensive. It can take a rather long time for the newly imported document to be displayed. You should consider splitting a long text in several shorter files before you import it.