Vu X Professional
Finally, you will need to tell the system from which distributor you
purchased Déjà Vu 3 and on which date.
Click on Add entry to complete the registration process.
Once the registration is complete, select Help>Request upgrade
Enter your dongle number, your email address and the password that
you have chosen when registering Déjà Vu 3, and select Connect to
Atril Site or Continue.
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A web page opens on which you are informed that further information
will be sent to you. The email that you will receive shortly afterwards
will contain information of how to purchase an upgrade or, if you are
eligible for an upgrade, a code.
Once you have received the code, start Déjà Vu X and select
The Upgrade dongle dialog appears.
Copy the code from the email message and paste it into the text field.
Congratulations! You have updated your dongle so that you can work
with Déjà Vu X.
Entering a Temporary Evaluation Code
If you are performing an evaluation of Déjà Vu X you can have full access
to its capabilities with the help of a time-limited evaluation code
To use a temporary evaluation code
Open Déjà Vu X after you have installed the program.
If no dongle is detected, Déjà Vu X prompts you to apply for an
evaluation code or allows you to run the program in demo mode.
If you do have a temporary code, enter it in the provided space and
If you do not have a code, select Request Code.
The Request Evaluation Code dialog appears.
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Fill out the requested information. Make sure that you enter at least
your name and email address.
Click Request. Déjà Vu X will generate an email to Atril that contains
the data you have provided as well as your computer’s installation
Send the email to Atril.
When you receive the evaluation code back from Atril, you can enter
in the dialog that was displayed when Déjà Vu X was started, or, if
you have closed that in the meanwhile, you can select
You are prompted to verify that the date is set correctly.
You are informed about the expiration date of your evaluation period.
Congratulations! You are now entitled to use your version of Déjà Vu
X until the end of the evaluation period.
To check what version of Déjà Vu X you are evaluating
Select Help>Registration Code.
The Registration Code dialog will display what version is currently
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When you use Déjà Vu X Professional, you will normally work with
A Déjà Vu X Professional project is a computer file with a special structure
that Déjà Vu X Professional can display and manage in a convenient way
designed to facilitate your work.
Typically, a project contains the following:
All the text in a translation job, both source and translated text,
organized in a table with several columns.
There is one column for the source text, plus one for each target
language. Only one target column is visible at a time.
Each source sentence occupies one row in the table. Source text
is divided into rows according to rules and exceptions you can
This non-translatable information is either hidden between
sentences (rows), or encapsulated in invisible embedded codes.