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EchoCom Belgium Local time: 21:01 English to Dutch
Sep 8, 2014
I have a project with 60+ files in 5 languages, and I would like to add them to a new TM. The files had already been saved as target in the past (Batch Task > Generate Target Translation). Created a new TM for each language, added the TMs to the languages in Project Settings, and when I go to Batch Tasks, Update Main Translation Memories is not available. The only way to make them available for a TM update, seems to be by changing something in the file.
Opening 300+ files, changing something and saving again will take hours (some of the larger files take 10-15 seconds to open), and it is not really something I enjoy doing.
Put simply: how do I update a (new) TM with files of which the target files have already been generated (apart from importing the SDLXLIFF files into the TMs, which would also involve quite a few actions)?
This is in Studio 2011, but Studio 2014 seems to have the same problem.
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