No TM in a package (Studio 2011)
Thread poster: Lucy Williams

Lucy Williams  Identity Verified
Spain
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Member (2009)
Spanish to English
Oct 10, 2013

I've opened a package in Trados 2011 (followed a SDL online tutorial for opening the package) but there's no TM.

Can I create a TM and add it to the package? Or is it there somewhere and I'm just being stupid?

How?

Thanks


 

Renée van Bijsterveld  Identity Verified
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Ask the custumer Oct 11, 2013

Did you ask the customer? Did you find a TM directory after having opened the package?

 

Emma Goldsmith  Identity Verified
Spain
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Spanish to English
Looking inside packages Oct 11, 2013

To look inside a package, you can use the SDL OpenExchange app called Package Reader:
http://www.translationzone.com/openexchange/app/packagereader-293.html?c=32018#32018
As well as checking to see if it has a TM, you can also see the analysis and preview the sdlxliff files.

Or, simply rename the extension to .zip (take off sdlppx) and check out the TM folder.

If your package hasn't got a TM, check with the person who sent it, and if it was intended, just create your own.

HTH,
Emma


 

Lucy Williams  Identity Verified
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Thanks Oct 11, 2013

I've sorted it out by adding a TM, thanks for your help.

 


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