Can I only check specified segments in Passolo 2011?
Thread poster: Redwings
South Korea
Nov 28, 2013

Dear all,

I should use 'Checking translations' in Passolo for QA work.

But the volume is too heave to QA all strings.

I want to only check 'Translated and for review' (Blue-colored) strings when checking translations.

So I wonder if there is string status filter in Passolo 2011(Translator edition).

Would look forward to your answer.

Thank you.

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Andrei Shmatkov  Identity Verified
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try this Nov 28, 2013

Open all strings - select them all, right-click and select "Open String List". The process may take a while if there are many strings in the project. Then click Filter menu (above the string list, the one with the funnel) and choose "String for review". After the filter is applied, select all filtered strings and open String - Check. Here select Apply to: selected strings.
Hope it helps.

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South Korea
It works Nov 29, 2013

Hi, Andrei,

Yeah, I tried it and worked well.
Thank you so much for your answer.

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