Starting with Transit
Thread poster: mari pet
| | DIShirai
Local time: 09:11
Japanese to English
I am not a Transit expert, but for your 2nd point. In transit, you would have to click on a word in the source (or target) window that is found in the dictionary for it to show up in the dictionary pane. On my software these words are coloured red in the source.
To see if there are any words packaged with the translation project, you can check the Termstar dictionary. You should be able to find it in the Window menu, or one of the icons on the toolbar.
I think the rep file is a saved which can be created via the Project... - Status... menu in the toolbar. You can find some information on it through the help menu and searching for status report. You can use it to check your progress.
Does that help?
[Edited at 2008-10-17 01:28]
| | Heinrich Pesch
Local time: 02:11
Finnish to German
| Did you look at the tutorial || Oct 17, 2008 |
I suppose you use Transit Satellite. There is a good tutorial.
If the software does not let you translate something there is nothing you can do. So better relax and continue. The dictionary is empty, so you're on your own, no problem.
| | mari pet
Local time: 01:11
Spanish to Slovak
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