Thanks again for helping me with my dilemma. I visualised that screen from the Google Translate web page, which I occasionally use when facebook lets me down, with the two panels and I am still not sure of what a three-way system does, but I imagine some kind of parallel and target corpora in the background to authenticate and improve on the translated text.
I am probably still wrong, but in any case, it seems like an expensive solution, of some kind of commercial nature, and I don't ask for money from my friends, so there is not much of that stuff around to pay for anything much. I have to pretty much do it myself, because my time is much more affordable than most of us in this so-called 'Western World' as I suppose the New Zealanders call us Aussies.
The concept is something that I believe that I can do with Moses. I have a 4-core i7 Toshiba laptop with 16GB of RAM, and plenty of time to sit back and watch the wheels, and I already pay for the web-site with its domain name. Anything else which costs me money would defeat the purpose of building a phpBB forum. I may as well pay for gold-plated IPB and get my 54 languages for free, eh?
Nope, it is a good hint, David, but I have to do it myselt, with open-source software (eg. Moses or Moses2) or else start some porn site just to pay for the cost of keeping it, and then there would be no need for translation because .JPGs span across all languages.
If it can be done, then I will find some way to do it. I don't need to beg for anymore help here, on the difference between 3.1. and 3.2, because it is all there in the code, I am sure. It will just take me some time to work out what that difference is, and why all 54 languages install in 3.1, but some of them crash the system on 3.2.
I'll see what I can find out tomorrow, and when I work out what the extra changes are, I'll concoct some way of using the KDE, Ubuntu and the UDHR corpora to train Moses to translate whatever sentences there maybe in the 3.2 language packs which were not necessary in 3.1.
Thanks all the same, mate. We can't afford to buy commercial software, my friends and I.