Exiting new build with 'Skip Perfect memory matches'
Thread poster: Hans Lenting

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
Member (2006)
German to Dutch
May 3, 2012

Today Igor posted this message in the CafeTran Yahoo Group:

"Hi all,

The spring update is released. The latest major feature is MyMemory online translation service implementation in the CT interface. Moreover, the update includes:

- Jumping over Perfect memory matches (see menu Edit | Jump over | Perfect memory matches)
- Enabled setting of another TM (for terminology) in the Project Manager panel.
- Improved statistics (see menu Project | Statistics)
- Changes to Microsoft Translator (Bing) MT online service to reflect Microsoft's recent changes to client authentication (required Client ID and Client Secret keys - see sign-up instructions here: http://www.linguisticproductions.com/mtenhancedmst/mstSignupInstructions.html)

The trial version is available for download. The CT users can contact me at the support e-mail address to receive update instructions soon.

Kind regards,

Igor Kmitowski
Translator and Java developer
CafeTran website: http://www.cafetran.com
CafeTran support: cafetran.support@gmail.com"


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