Question: How does TVT find text differences?
TVT works by comparing Unicode values. Each letter that you type on a computer has a unique Unicode value. If the Unicode value doesn't match when comparing two documents, TVT will mark this as a deviation.
Question: What is Unicode?
Unicode ("Universal Code") is an international encoding standard that assigns each letter, number or symbol with a unique alphanumeric value. Read our blog post about it here.
Question: My company has to follow specific branding guidelines such as font type and size. Can TVT help with this?
Absolutely. TVT has the ability to check for all types of formatting (font style, underline, bold etc.) and can even be customized to follow your company's branding guidelines.
Question: Which languages does TVT Support?
TVT supports and can compare any language in the world, even Braille.
Question: What type of documents can I compare with TVT?
There are really no limits to what you can compare with TVT. Some typical examples include: packaging (leaflets, cartons, labels), instructions for use, marketing, legal and financial documents.
Question: Do you provide support on TVT?
Yes we do. We provide global support in a many different languages such as English, French, German and Spanish. 24/7 support is also available. Read More...