Terminology revision with Metatexis - is it feasible?
Thread poster: Eva Blanar

Eva Blanar  Identity Verified
Hungary
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English to Hungarian
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May 3, 2003

Sorry to pester you with this question: I\'ve got to bring the terminology of two dozens of large files (translated by a dozen of translators) to a common terminology. (About 300 words/ expressions make the approved terminology to be used.) So this is not a proofreading job, it is rather \"harmonisation\".



Just recently, I discovered how useful Metatexis was, but I simply have no time to browse through the Help files to find out how to compare the source text with the translated version and change the appropriate words, if necessary. Could you advise me on that?


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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
Peru
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Spanish
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Ask Hermann May 3, 2003

Hello Eva, you can ask Hermann Bruns, he\'s the developer of Metatexis. I\'m sure he\'ll know how to help you.



You\'ll find him here:

http://www.proz.com/translators/2421


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