"Smartly inserted" - what does this actually mean?
Thread poster: Brian Moses

Brian Moses  Identity Verified
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Jul 13, 2016

What does a status of "smartly inserted" actually mean? I know it is "inserted by an automatic function without use interaction" because it says so in the manual many, many times. But what function? From where? Hoe does this work? Is it reliable? etc. Any information would be appreciated.

 

AAV
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Stored automatically Jul 15, 2016

It's very simple - TM was stored automatically by Across during translation process, e.g. when segment was set to "translated" state.
In opposite, there is status "newly inserted" - this means, that user performed some intended action to store TM, like TMX import or manual action "add translation".


 

Brian Moses  Identity Verified
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Thanks for the explanation Jul 19, 2016

Thanks for clarifying this point. I am finding the manuals/help for Across quite challenging.

 


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