How to get new matches from TM over pretranslated text
Thread poster: Eduardo Cano Rodríguez

Eduardo Cano Rodríguez  Identity Verified
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Nov 18, 2011

Hi all!

I have been working in SDL Studio 2009 and I think I am now used to it. It's quite fast and I am quite happy with the application, but there is a feature I used lots of times in SDL Trados and that I do not know how to use in Studio.

I usually receive pretranslated documents in which the fuzzy matches have also been pretranslated. They are repetitions from segments from other files, and when I translate one of these segments, it does not autopropagate to these segments containing the "fuzzy translation" in the target segment. As they are mainly changes in tags and format, it will save me a lot of time to have some kind of automatic way to deal with this, like a shortcut or the like. I modify the fuzzy in one file, and then when moving to another one which is an exact repetition of the previous segment, it doesn't propagate or I do not know how to do it. Do you know if there is a way to deal with this?

Many thanks for your help!


 


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