InterpretBank has been natively developed for Windows. In order to allow you to run InterpretBank on a Mac, we have compiled a version that runs on most Mac computers.
macOS High Sierra:
macOS El Capitan:
License info: We like transparency, therefore we want to make clear that when you purchase a license, you purchase a license for the working installation with the OS you have tested InterpretBank. You are responsible to test before buying if InterpretBank works smoothly with your system. This also means that if you change your OS you are not entitled for any support if the tool stops to start in the new environment. That said, it is our interest to have happy useres. For this reasons we will do everything possible to update the tool and make it run in your new system.
If InterpretBank doesn't start on your macOS after following the instructions above, you are invited to write us the details of your Mac device (model and macOS version).
Enabling contest menu: InterpretBank needs the trackpad to be able to use the two-finger tap. This is used to show the contextual menu, for example to start automatic translation. If this is not enabled in your Mac, just choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Trackpad and enable two-finger tap
Problem with some accents in estern languages: on some Mac InterpretBank may be unable to use some accented characters. If this is the case, tell us which macOS are you using, its language setting, the language you are having problem with and the letters you are having problems with. We will try to solve the problem. In the meantime, you can customize the Symbols lists with these letters. Right click (two-finger tap) on an entry field, click on Edit symbols. You can enter these simbols by right clicking on an entry (two-finger tap) and choosing the right character. In the conference modality, just set in the Search Settings the option Accent insensitive and type without accents. If the problem persists, write us and we will update this for your language.