For those of us who do not know English and throw a lot of Google Translate...
- Install translate-shell
brew install translate-shell
- Add alias in .bash_profile or .zshrc
Note: The parameter: is the language, try to put different and obtain more results (example :en)
alias trad="trans :es "$(pbpaste)" -b | pbcopy"
Now when we want to translate what we have on the clipboard, we simply put trad in the terminal and we will have it copied
Update: I leave the file for Raycast, in case you want to use it with a combination of keys. I have based on this script (link)
#!/bin/bash # Dependency: requires translate-shell # Install with Homebrew: `brew install translate-shell` # Required parameters: # @raycast.schemaVersion 1 # @raycast.title Traducir # @raycast.mode silent # @raycast.packageName Translate clipboard # Documentation: # @raycast.author josexs # @raycast.authorURL https://github.com/josexs # @raycast.description Translate to ES and copy text of clipboard. if ! command -v trans &> /dev/null; then echo "trans command is required (https://github.com/soimort/translate-shell)."; exit 1; fi trans :es "$(pbpaste)" -b | pbcopy
See you with more tips!
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