Trados Studio 2009: How to add new fields to an existing TM
Thread poster: angel19

angel19
Local time: 13:09
Feb 8, 2010

Hi there,

how is that possible?

If I open the settings of a tm, which is opened in the TM-section of studio, I can't edit the part of the field settings. Studio says, that the TM is open for maintenance and therefore these settings can not be edited. But I can't find another way to open the TM settings of an existing TM.

Can anyone help?

Thanks!!!


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 13:09
Member (2003)
Polish to German
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The hint is already there... Feb 8, 2010

close the TM in maintenance.
Now you will just have it in the list of TMs in the navigation pane.
Right-click on it, chose settings and change whatever you like.


 

angel19
Local time: 13:09
TOPIC STARTER
Thanks Feb 9, 2010

Hi Jerzy,

thanks!

Now I knew it must work after your posting.

And at once found out how to close the maintenance - strange I did not find it before. Probably because I did not open the maintenance explicitly, but only the TM. Ok, I just have to close the maintenance view - that's all.

Thanks!


 


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