Studio 2017: Question about 'Quick Alignment' in TM>Settings>Fragment Alignment
Thread poster: MikeTrans
MikeTrans
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Dec 5, 2016

Hello,
a rather technical question this one, I'm preparing TMs from past Trados versions and I like to know what difference it makes when I check 'Quick Alignment' or disabling it. Should I disable it when doing the alignment the first time? Will the un-checked box do more alignments and consequently yield more fragment results?

Thank you,
Mike


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MikeTrans
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Found it in the SDL support... Dec 5, 2016

https://gateway.sdl.com/communityknowledge?articleName=000002847

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You can see how many unaligned translation units reside in your TM. This is useful if you do not enable the Align new content automatically option. In this case, once in a while, you should re-align the TUs.
To only align new TUs, enable the Quick Align option.

So the first time you set this up, you should unckeck the box.

Mike


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