Using other TM
Thread poster: Fernando Toledo

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 05:24
German to Spanish
Apr 26, 2013

I get a project from a client. May I use also my TM (as a Reference, or second TM)?



The project is in a server so that I can/will not put my TM inside the project.


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Not 100% sure Apr 26, 2013

Fernando Toledo wrote:
I get a project from a client. May I use also my TM (as a Reference, or second TM)? The project is in a server so that I can/will not put my TM inside the project.


I assume you mean that this is a "team project" in OmegaT. I'm not 100% sure if you can use your own TM, but I think you should be able to. Simply put it in the /tm/ subfolder (or in the /tm/auto/ subfolder). Your TM will not be shared with other translators because the only thing that is shared during a team project is the "project TM" (i.e. project_save.tmx) and (if you have the necessary rights) also the glossary. I'm no expert -- I just answer from what I know.


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Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
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Hmmm Apr 26, 2013

Samuel Murray wrote:


I assume you mean that this is a "team project" in OmegaT.


Yes

Simply put it in the /tm/ subfolder (or in the /tm/auto/ subfolder). Your TM will not be shared with other translators because the only thing that is shared during a team project is the "project TM" (i.e. project_save.tmx)


First, the client TMX is on it, and second, the main folder IS "online", if I put something inside, it is automatically "there" too.

can OmegaT use two TMs at the same time?



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Milan Condak  Identity Verified
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English to Czech
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Fernando Toledo wrote:


I get a project from a client. May I use also my TM (as a Reference, or second TM)?



The project is in a server so that I can/will not put my TM inside the project.


Thanks


You can put all your TMX into "tm".

http://www.condak.net/cat_other/omegat/2013-03-06/cs/05.html

look at fifth picture:

I have downloaded OmegaT project in a folder "alia".
Only I am using TMX in folder "tm".

But TUs from TMX in folder "tm/auto" are commited into shared project_save.tmx, if there are 100% matches.

Before placing such TMX I recommend to set up ID (author) in TMX. In my case "neznama hodnota" (unknown value) make a problem to declare that TUs (translated segments) are from my TMX.

So you can sell your old work with creating and selecting of proper TMX.

Milan


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Didier Briel  Identity Verified
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Not unless you commit Apr 26, 2013

Fernando Toledo wrote:
First, the client TMX is on it, and second, the main folder IS "online", if I put something inside, it is automatically "there" too.

Not unless you commit it explictely, using a Subversion client.

can OmegaT use two TMs at the same time?

An unlimited number of them.


Didier


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Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
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Thanks Apr 28, 2013

I think a have now a workaround...


Thank you


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