Hans Lenting wrote:
The API version of DeepL Pro is missing one nice feature: the display of alternative translations. In fact, until this feature has been added, I find that an integrated web version of DeepL (without the Pro license) is more interesting.
Can memoQ interact with the free web version of DeepL as elegantly as CafeTran Espresso 2018, which offers dedicated keyboard shortcuts and icons to exchange (sub)segments with DeepL?
GT4T also has a nice way to show these. Just click yr normal KBS (to either (1) directly replace src text with MT translation or (2) show list of alternative translations from up to 6 different MT providers), and then click "d", which will show all the DeepL alternatives.