X-bench false-positive report request
Thread poster: Miroslaw Suwala
Miroslaw Suwala  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 18:53
English to Polish
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Feb 3, 2011

This is the first time a customer has asked me to send back a false-positive report from X-bench
Having not much experience with X-bench can I please have someone explain to me what this is all about?
How do I create such a report?


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Kevin Fulton  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 12:53
German to English
Export QA result Feb 3, 2011

I think your client wants a report indicating inconsistencies in the source text. This may include identical text with different spacing/punctuation, different tags or spelling differences, all of which you standardized in your translation. It might also include source text with the same general content but worded differently
(Tighten screw/Tighten the screw or solder 3 wires/solder three wires). These would all be considered false positives in my opinion, that is flagged as errors but in reality aren't, assuming your target translations were consistent.

I would create a report by exporting the QA results (Tools/Export QA result), preferably as an Excel file, as it's the most easily read/edited. Then I would remove the irrelevant items.


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Michele Santiago  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 14:53
Member (2010)
English to Portuguese
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X bench report Feb 3, 2011

I have worked with several translation agencies that requested the full Xbench report along with the translated files. And they wanted the report commented - I could not erase any item, I just added the comment "false positive" when necessary.

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