QA check for terminology
Thread poster: langu2
Jun 20, 2016

Hi everbody,
How do I configure Passolo to check whether the translator actually uses the terminology supplied by the MultiTerm add-in connected to a termbase?
Thanks


 

Achim Herrmann
Local time: 23:58
English to German
Depends on version Jun 23, 2016

Hello,

In general this is possible for all the versions (2011, 2015, 2016) and all the editions including the free Translator Edition.

You have to configure your system in a way that it also connects to the termbase that you send to the translators. Go to Add-Ins - Translation - SDL MultiTerm Add-In and connect your termbase. Then you have to go to the Checkiing options and activate the "Missing "..." term in translation" check.

When you then run a batch check over all transations you should find the instances where translators haven't used the terminology stored in the termbase.

Achim Herrmann


 


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