Support for memoQ packages: do you need it?
Thread poster: CafeTran Training
CafeTran Training
Local time: 11:31
May 12, 2016

Currently, CafeTran handles mqxliff files perfectly. Recently, clients have started sending me memoQ packages. I can of course extract the mqxliff to translate in CafeTran. And any included TMX file for use as a reference TM.

But at the end, I'll have to deliver a memoQ return package. So here's my question: how big is the demand to let CafeTran handle memoQ packages the same way as it handles Studio packages, that is: seamless?

Are memoQ packages common or do LSPs more often require you to login to their memoQ server, so that support of memoQ packages isn't very useful?

[Edited at 2016-05-12 07:12 GMT]

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