Get translation font change
Thread poster: Jo Macdonald

Jo Macdonald  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 13:33
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Italian to English
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Nov 9, 2005

Hi guys,
I’ve searched through old threads but can’t find an answer to this.

I’m working on a document which is all Times and the Get Translation button pastes Arial in using the tw4winTerm style.
I tried to change the font in this style, no dice.
In the style's dialogue box Arial does not appear in any style, and the tw4winTerm font is shown as Times. The Normal style used in the doc is in Times.
Any suggestions?



Also, is there an Auto-propogate function in Trados?
When using Sdlx you can use this to automatically translate any later segments in the doc as soon as you confirm a 100% match. In Trados I seem to have to use the Get Translation button.
Thanks.
Mac




[Edited at 2005-11-09 11:01]


 

Jo Macdonald  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 13:33
Member (2005)
Italian to English
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
Solved this. Nov 9, 2005

I had Arial set as the default font in the setup tab for both Source and Target.
I closed the translation, opened File/Setup/Fonts and added Times as the default font.
Works fine now. Get translation pastes the Tm translation in using the default font set.

Still haven't figured out an Auto-propogate function. A new translated segment will auto-propogate after it's confirmed, but if there is a fuzzy match already in the Tm in won't.
Mac


[Edited at 2005-11-09 16:51]


 


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