TMX Editor (Olifant and Heartsome) only shows 100,000 TUs
Thread poster: Lais Lewicki

Lais Lewicki
Brazil
Local time: 08:28
English to Portuguese
Feb 6

Hi!

I am trying to "clean up" a TM in TMX format. I am currently using XBench to run QA checks on this memory and find mismatches with my termbase, but XBench only refers me the segment number with the problem. I have to use a TMX Editor to edit the segment.

I am using both Olifant and Heartsome, but they only show about 100,000 segments and my TM has 160,000 segments.

Does anyone know a way to either show the other segments or another TMX Editor that does
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Hi!

I am trying to "clean up" a TM in TMX format. I am currently using XBench to run QA checks on this memory and find mismatches with my termbase, but XBench only refers me the segment number with the problem. I have to use a TMX Editor to edit the segment.

I am using both Olifant and Heartsome, but they only show about 100,000 segments and my TM has 160,000 segments.

Does anyone know a way to either show the other segments or another TMX Editor that does not have this limitation?

I would rather not split my TM and have to merge it again. As it is not very practical and I have even larger TMs to clean up in the future.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 13:28
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
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@Lais Feb 6

Lais Lewicki wrote:
XBench only refers me the segment number with the problem. I have to use a TMX Editor to edit the segment.


Does XBench also tell you what the text is? If so, why not just open the TMX file in a plaintext editor and search for the text? Does XBench also tell you the line number?


 

Lais Lewicki
Brazil
Local time: 08:28
English to Portuguese
TOPIC STARTER
Could work, but not very practical Feb 6

Samuel Murray wrote:

Lais Lewicki wrote:
XBench only refers me the segment number with the problem. I have to use a TMX Editor to edit the segment.


Does XBench also tell you what the text is? If so, why not just open the TMX file in a plaintext editor and search for the text? Does XBench also tell you the line number?


It shows me text and technically I could use Notepad to edit it, but very large files don't work well with Notepad, plus it's difficult to read and write in it. If I had to make one or two changes, it would be fine. But for more than that, it's very cumbersome. Also, it would involve multiple conversions of my TM (from SDL Trados into TMX into TXT).

XBench gives me a number that for Olifant is the Row Number.


 

Jean Dimitriadis  Identity Verified
France
Member
English to French
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Goldpan Feb 6

I use CafeTran Espresso (but it requires a licence or a ProZ Plus membership past 1,000 TUs) for TMX maintenance, however you might want to try the free Goldpan TMX/TBX Editor: https://logrusglobal.com/goldpan.html

 

Rodolfo Raya  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:28
English to Spanish
TMXEditor Feb 6

You can use TMXEditor, https://www.maxprograms.com/products/tmxeditor.html

It is not limited to 100.000 entries.


Jean Dimitriadis
 


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