Proof reading in Wordfast Anywhere Problems...
Thread poster: ME Translations

ME Translations
Sweden
Local time: 04:04
English to Swedish
+ ...
Jun 19, 2012

Hi,

I've been asked by an agency to translate only a couple of segments in an already translated txml files, using Wordfast Anywhere and linking up to a remote TM.
I've got as far as opening the file so that I can see the source and target segments, and I've managed to open the remote TM and check that it's working. However when I get to the segment that I need to translate and incorporate in the TM, it doesn't happen... It seems like it automatically switches to another, empty, TM. All I'm doing is using the "start translation/next segment" button. Should I be doing anything else when I have actully added a new translation to the document?

I've been trying for hours to get to grips with this so if anyone is able to help it would be much appreciated!

ME


 

Dominique Pivard  Identity Verified
Local time: 05:04
Finnish to French
Dedicated list for Wordfast Anywhere Jun 19, 2012

There is a dedicated list for Wordfast Anywhere at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Wordfast_anywhere/

It's the one you should be using, as this is where the developers hang out.


 


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