Translation memory source check in Studio 2014
Thread poster: ju_janal
ju_janal
Local time: 01:38
English to Polish
Jan 23, 2014

Dear All,

Does anybody can tell me if it is possible to check the list of translated files that were used to create/update the existing translation memory in Studio 2014?

Thank you in advance,

Jan


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Only... Jan 23, 2014

... if you used fields/attributes to add the details of the files to the Translation Units as you worked. This information is not stored by default because they could very quickly get out of hand. If you don't know what I mean perhaps this article will be useful : http://wp.me/p2xDjK-qM

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Paul


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ju_janal
Local time: 01:38
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Thank you Jan 23, 2014

I wish this feature was available by default like in SDLX.

Unfortunately, the Studio translation memory format is really less effective compared to *.mdb format used in SDLX. Even such a simple function like "Go to last page" in TM viewer is missing. This is really disappointing.

Anyway, thank you for your prompt reply.

Kind regards,

Jan


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