Inline translation appearance reflects the way how the translation is embedded into a webpage.
The appearance of the translation can be configured using Inline Translator Options.
Color - choose the color to display the translated text on a webpage.
To change the color, click on the color box to open the color editor and move the cursor around to find a desired color. Or simply change the color code if you know the code for your preferred color.
Line break - aligns the translation as a new paragraph for better visibility. By default the Line break option is not marked, and the embedded translation follows the original text. If you prefer the translation to be separated from the original text by a line break, mark this checkbox.
Enclose in brackets - by default, the checkbox is marked, and the translation is displayed in brackets. If you want the embedded translation to be displayed without brackets, clear this checkbox.
Align by word - when you select a text with the mouse, you may accidentally highlight part of a word, and not the entire segment. This may result in not accurate translation of the text segment. "Align by word" option controls the text selection by observing the word boundaries.
Insert before original - by default, the inline translation is embedded into a webpage after the original text. If you prefer to place the translation before the original text, tick this checkbox.
Hide original - by default, the inline translation is embedded into a webpage after the original text. If you prefer to replace the original text with the translation, tick this checkbox. The original text will be hidden.
Note that you cannot mark both options "Insert before original" and "Hide original" at the same time.