Using an additional TM
Thread poster: Kirill Semenov

Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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Oct 20, 2006

I have a TM which I will use for a project in normal mode (read and write). Also, I have an additional TM which I would like to use as a reference, but without changing it (in read-only mode).

Is there a way to use such an additional TM with Translator's Workbench? Other CAT tools (e. g. Deja Vu) allow to add additional TMs to a project and specify read-only, write-only or read/write modes when using the TMs. Is it anyhow possible with SDL Trados?


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Giles Watson  Identity Verified
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Yes you can Oct 20, 2006

Kirill Semenov wrote:

I have a TM which I will use for a project in normal mode (read and write). Also, I have an additional TM which I would like to use as a reference, but without changing it (in read-only mode).

Is there a way to use such an additional TM with Translator's Workbench? Other CAT tools (e. g. Deja Vu) allow to add additional TMs to a project and specify read-only, write-only or read/write modes when using the TMs. Is it anyhow possible with SDL Trados?


Hi Kirill,

You can do this in WB version 7.

Go to "Tools\Translation Memory Options" and click the Concordance tab. You'll see the option that lets you browse to a read-only TM.

HTH

Giles

[Edited at 2006-10-20 16:49]


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Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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I did - nothing found :( Oct 20, 2006

Giles Watson wrote:
Go to "Tools\Translation Memory Options" and click the Concordance tab. You'll see the option that lets you browse to a read-only TM.


Thank you, Giles, but I failed to find anything at the tab. I can't find any field to add an auxilliary TM, sorry. Can you please specify where to find it?


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Hi Kirill,
The Concordance tab (Options - Translation Memory Options - Concordance) has a dialogue field where you can specify a Reference (read-only) translation memory.

Please check the Help function for search restrictions using this function.

HTH, Ralf


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Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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Found it! Oct 21, 2006

Ralf Lemster wrote:
The Concordance tab (Options - Translation Memory Options - Concordance) has a dialogue field where you can specify a Reference (read-only) translation memory.


Aha, now I see it - many thanks!


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Kirill Semenov  Identity Verified
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Another question: how the analysis works when I use a reference TM? Oct 21, 2006

I've added this reference TM, thank you, Giles and Ralf.

Another question is the following:

Sometimes my client wants me to analyze new jobs with my TM only, and sometimes they want me to use both TMs to analyze a new project.

Imagine that I have a main TM and a reference TM attached, what happens when I analyze new files? Is the reference TMs included into the analysis? Or only the main TM?

Sorry for my silly questions, but I usually use DVX, and everything is much simpler with it, but in this case I have to use Trados.


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