Ani wrote:Could someone provide a translation of the message in the first post?
Anyone know have a guess at what "too much" is? I like Deepl, but I only started using it a week or two ago so I have no sense of what the limits might be
The message in the first post says:
! Due to the high number of incoming requests from your IP address, access to the free DeepL translator has been temporarily blocked. Please try again later, subscribe to DeepL Pro, or send us an email with your IP address to block@DeepL.com
[IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xx ]
I also have once been blocked by DeepL, and I also had the impression that I hadn't used it too much. But I have an explanation: It happened while writing and editing a longish text in my mother tongue while having it translated instantly. I have the impression that each time I typed in a new word a new translation process started and all the letters already typed and translated have been counted again and again. Since then, I've always typed my texts to be translated in a document beforehand and have it translated afterwards. Sometimes, I have documents with tenths of pages. Nonetheless, I've never been blocked again.