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I would like to get hold of the software, but cannot find any links anywhere. I know quite a few interpreters are happy with it, so I thought I might give it a try.

Thanks in advance for all your help.

asked 04 Jul '12, 15:24

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question has been answered, further contributions are unlikely to add any additional information" by Vincent Buck 09 Jul '12, 06:51


Hi Diana,

As I wrote in the question "What are the best software packages for glossary making?", TermDB was discontinued some moths ago but you may still try to contact Christian Vogeler to get a free copy. On the last page of this document, you will find Christian's email address. You may also google his name.

Good luck!

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answered 04 Jul '12, 16:23

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Thank you, Nacho!

I saw this post and the contact details before, but was afraid they might be outdated and decided to ask:)

(05 Jul '12, 05:57) Diana

Yep, unfortunately ''Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently: termdb@vogelerdolmetschen.de''.

(05 Jul '12, 06:02) Diana

Ups, I'm sorry. I'll see what I can do.

(05 Jul '12, 11:26) Nacho ♦

How can I close the question now?

(09 Jul '12, 06:44) Diana

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