Split "New Translated Content" Into "Edited and "Non-Edited"
Thread poster: Worder Company
Worder Company
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:10
Russian to English
+ ...
Mar 14, 2014

Needed Operations:

1. Identify the best way to sequence file for translation.
2. Split "new translated content" into "edited" and "non-edited".


50 files merged, 20K segments
One translator and two proof-readers
Order of translation: translate file 1, use "+" sign in the files view to identify file 2 based on how many segments were auto-propagated in one of 49 files, translate file 2, identify file 3 based on how many segments were auto-propagated in one of 48 files
Inability to order the files pre-trados: files are separated into folders as follows: Folder 1 (Report 1, Report 2, Report 3), Folder 2 (Report 1, Report 2, Report 3). Report 1 Folder 1 has lots of cross-file hits with Report 3 Folder 5 and so on.


1. Do I go correctly about sequencing the translation of the files? Or is there a way to identify the number of cross-file hits differently? Anyhow, I guess that the best option is to identify the number of hits between file 1 and the other 49 files manually, comparing the translated percentages in files view.

2. I have placed the files in an incorrect order (and I don't want to place them correctly, since I just need to start from the segments above and then go as per the procedure above). I need to start translation in the following order:
1. segments 6000 -- 7000
2. segments 1000-3000
3. identify cross-file hits stats as described above.
The proof-reader would receive the comment that she needs to start proof-reading: 6000-7000, 1000-3000. She would filter "new translated content" to filter out any CMs and 100%s. How can she mark the segments that she has proof-read, so that proof-reader 2 can filter out the proof-read segments from "new translated content"?

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United Kingdom
Local time: 13:10
Why not use the built in statuses? Mar 16, 2014

You can open a file as follows:

- For Translation
- For Review
- For Sign-off

When you do this the confirm operation stamps the segment with either "Translated", "Translation Approved" or "Signed-off". So if your different phases used these I think it may be a way to handle your workflow?



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