Author - Gábor Bessenyei

Globalese 4.6 released

What’s new

A new option is available which allows users to disable the automated auxiliary corpora filtering functionality. As a consequence, the engine creation page was slightly re-organized. For more details, please check the documentation.


Several fixes and improvements.


On the engine creation screen, the checkbox for Stock corpora selection was moved to the Auxiliary corpora section.

New integration with Wordfast Anywhere

We are happy to announce the new integration with Wordfast Anywhere. Wordfast Anywhere (WFA) is a CAT tool which allows translators to access and work on translation projects from a web browser. Globalese users can now configure their custom engines as a custom MT provider in Wordfast Anywhere. Please refer to the documentation of Wordfast Anywhere or Globalese for more details. The new integration option is free to use.

New integration with Crowdin

Crowdin is a proprietary, cloud-based localization technology and services company. We are proud to announce the integration of Globalese with Crowdin. Combining a state-of-the-art software localization platform with fine custom engines is exactly the right answer to the challenges of continuous development and instant software delivery. You can download the new plugin for free from the Crowdin store.

LAC (Language Asset Creator ) solution released by Kawamura International

Kawamura International has recently released its new LAC (Language Asset Creator ) solution. With LAC, users can create custom training data sets which can be used to train custom machine translation (MT) engines. LAC is available as part of XMAT, a machine assisted translation platform provided by Kawamura International, which offers different MT solutions, including Globalese. By combining the services from LAC, XMAT and Globalese, users can benefit from custom neural MT engines even if they have only a limited amount of own training data.

Important information regarding the CVE-2021-44228 bug

We can confirm that we are not using the Log4j Java code library in our self-developed Globalese code, services, and environment.

We are checking continuously if there is any impact from 3rd party products/services. We are following the events around the CVE-2021-44228 bug, and will take measurements if any new solution, patch, or fix will be available.

Partnership with t’works

Globalese MT is very happy to welcome t’works in the Globalese user community. t’works is a one stop translation service provider specialising in highly individual, complex projects and is based in 13 locations across 6 European countries. Globalese is excited to work with t’works and to help offer t’works’ clients the increased productivity benefits that machine translation brings. We’re looking forward to building a long and successful relationship.