Studio 2009: "Translate to next Fuzzy" not possible?
Thread poster: Holger Remke

Holger Remke  Identity Verified
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Jul 11, 2012

Hi there,

as I just started to use Studio 2009 (Freelance) and am working on a text with a lot of 100% matches, I wonder where to find the very useful function "Translate to next Fuzzy" that is known from the previous Trados versions. Is it not included or am I just blind?

Many thanks for any hints!
Holger


 

SDL Community  Identity Verified
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It's in 2011... Jul 11, 2012

... but not 2009.

Regards

Paul


 

Chunyi Chen
United States
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Where is the magic button? Jul 12, 2012

Hi Paul,

Forgive my ignorance, but is there a translate to fuzzy button in the toolbar, or does Studio 2011 do this automatically? Thank you.

Chun-yi

SDL Support wrote:

... but not 2009.

Regards

Paul


 

Jon Reynolds  Identity Verified
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Key combination Jul 12, 2012

The key combination Ctrl + Alt + F is the shortcut for confirming a segment and jumping to the next fuzzy match in Studio 2011.

 

SDL Community  Identity Verified
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Translate to Fuzzy Jul 12, 2012

Chun-yi Chen wrote:

Forgive my ignorance, but is there a translate to fuzzy button in the toolbar, or does Studio 2011 do this automatically? Thank you.



Hi Chun-yi,

You can do this from the menu using Translation - Confirm and Translate until Next Fuzzy Match or as mentioned already now just use the default Ctrl+Alt+F. The keyboard shortcut is customisable so you could change this as you see fit.

Regards

Paul


 

Holger Remke  Identity Verified
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Studio 2009: Auto-Propagate doesn't work Jul 12, 2012

Hi Paul,
thanks for your lovely hint.

I now discovered the Auto-Propagate function. Unfortunately, it doesn't work as I expected, since 100%-matches don't appear in the rows where they should. After checking the Auto-Propagate settings, the function should work as described. Do I overlook something, e.g. do I need to update the TM or Editor anywhere so that the 100%Matches can be propagated?

And what about Context Matches (CM). Does Auto-Propagate consider them as 100% matches or not at all? They aren't propageted neither. And I've got a lot of them.
Also, when there are 100% matches, I quite often see a message in the TM-window, saying that the "results are temporarily not updated". Can this be avoided or bypassed in any way?

I'd be grateful for yoou help. Thanks a lot.
Holger


 

SDL Community  Identity Verified
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Maybe... Jul 12, 2012

... drop me an email and share a file so I can see what you are expecting and then perhaps explain... or log a bugicon_wink.gif

I'm not sure about the temporarily not updated message. Are you sharing a TM on a network or maybe using a seperate drive for your TM perhaps?

Regards

Paul
pfilkin@sdl.com


 

Chunyi Chen
United States
Local time: 17:09
English to Chinese
When do you need to use this feature? Jul 12, 2012

Thank you, Jon and Paul, for telling me the keyboard combo for "Translate to the Next Fuzzy".
I never realize this exists in Studio, probably because if you enable auto-propagation, Studio would automatically translate the 100% match segments for you until you hit the next non-100% match segment. In what situation would you need to use this translate to fuzzy function in Studio? After all, it's more complicated to use a three-key combo
than just Ctrl+Enter to confirm the current segment and let Studio auto-propagate to the next fuzzy segment.

Chun-yi

SDL Support wrote:

Chun-yi Chen wrote:

Forgive my ignorance, but is there a translate to fuzzy button in the toolbar, or does Studio 2011 do this automatically? Thank you.



Hi Chun-yi,

You can do this from the menu using Translation - Confirm and Translate until Next Fuzzy Match or as mentioned already now just use the default Ctrl+Alt+F. The keyboard shortcut is customisable so you could change this as you see fit.

Regards

Paul


 

PCovs
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Doesn't seem to work Jul 12, 2012

I often need this when a client sends a vast document containing a lot of 100% matches.
The combo doesn't seem to work, as the cursor simply jumps to the next 100% match for me to confirm, and this is really a pest.

Is this something to do with my settings in any way?


 

2G Trad  Identity Verified
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Studio 2011: "Confirm and Translate until next fuzzy match" doesn't work May 25, 2014

PCovs:
I often need this when a client sends a vast document containing a lot of 100% matches.
The combo doesn't seem to work, as the cursor simply jumps to the next 100% match for me to confirm, and this is really a pest.

Is this something to do with my settings in any way?


I'm upping this post, since it hasn't been answered with a solution.

What can be done in this case? I'm referring to propagated 100% matches. Maybe are propagated 100% not been considered as regular 100%, but as fuzzies?

Thanks for any reply.
Cheers
Gianni


 


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