TRANSIT: Importing translations from earlier project
Thread poster: Jussi Rosti

Jussi Rosti  Identity Verified
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Aug 24, 2006

I'm sure I have translated many segments in a project in the previous version, but Transit don't have them in memory. Is there a way to export the TM in the earlier project and merge it into current?

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Geneviève Granger  Identity Verified
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Check the segment status Aug 24, 2006

Hello Jussi,

1) Make sure that all the segments of your previous project have the "translated" status. To ensure this, you can open all the files of the previous project and use the command Options > File status > Translated.

2) In your profile, check which status your reference material must have in order to be accepted into the associative network: Options > Profile > Settings > Fuzzy Index > Minimum segment status for fuzzy match.

3) Make sure that you have correctly set the reference material in the project settings.

I hope this helps.

Geneviève


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Jussi Rosti  Identity Verified
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Setting the reference material to include earlier project Aug 24, 2006

Thanks, Geneviève.
I guess I don't know how to do nr 3).

Geneviève Granger wrote:

3) Make sure that you have correctly set the reference material in the project settings.


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John Jory  Identity Verified
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Are you working with Transit Satellite? Aug 25, 2006

If so, you cannot make the necessary settings.

If not, the Help file tells you all you need.
Open Help and search for 'references' and click on 'References'.

HTH John


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Jussi Rosti  Identity Verified
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Yep, Satellite Aug 26, 2006

John Jory wrote:

If so, you cannot make the necessary settings.



The more I learn Transit, the more I dislike it.

Anyway, thanks for your help.
-jr


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Wojciech Froelich  Identity Verified
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It's not that bad Aug 30, 2006

Jussi Rosti wrote:

The more I learn Transit, the more I dislike it.


It's not that bad. The filters are excellent and incredibly fast.
Once we have received the set of Word files with password-protected content. Transit imported them without problem and exported with translated content, keeping protection

Wojtek


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