Which batch task should I run in Studio 2014 after I added a TM to the project?
Thread poster: Fredrik Pettersson

Fredrik Pettersson  Identity Verified
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Jun 17, 2015

Which batch task should I run in Studio 2014 after I added a TM to the project?

Is it always Pre-translate so that segments can be populated with hits from the new TM? Or is it some other batch task? I did this long time ago, but remember the result was not what I had expected. Maybe because I had wrong TM settings before running the batch task. Although I expected then that the default settings would work fine.

And if I have Google Translate activated as second TM (after the main TM), I will not get anything machine translated by running a batch task, will I? I don't want that, just have Google Translate hits as reference in the TM window.


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Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
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Run pretranslate again Jun 17, 2015

Fredrik

Yes, if you added an additional TM, simply run the "Pretranslate" task again in order to get the matches from this TM as well.

There is no pretranslate for machine translation engines, their lookup is only interactive (segment by segment).

Walter


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