WFP3: How to revert changed 100% segments to original matches
Thread poster: Samuel Murray

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 21:51
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
+ ...
Sep 25, 2016

Hello

I'm the 2nd proofreader. The translator and the 1st proofreader should not make any edits to 100% matches, but... they just can't help themselves. So part of my job is to revert their edits back to the original matches. I can do that in WFP by using the segment changes pane and simply copy/pasting the oldest version of the translation back, but I was hoping that there is a quicker way of doing it, e.g. by using the client's TM server and getting WFP to simply overwrite all 100% matches with the TM's match. Is that possible? How would I do that?

Or, is there perhaps a function like that in WFP itself (since the original match is present in the TXML file)?

Thanks
Samuel


 

EvaVer  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:51
Member (2012)
Czech to English
+ ...
You can go through the versions in your TM Sep 26, 2016

by Alt+right/left. At least I can, maybe it depends on the settings. Try it.

 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 21:51
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
@Eva Sep 26, 2016

EvaVer wrote:
You can go through the versions in your TM ... by Alt+right/left.


Thanks, but this only works on a per-segment basis. You can't even filter segments in WFP3, so I'd have to go to each pink 100% match manually (visually) to do this.

I also asked this question on the WFP3 Yahoogroup, but it appears that this is a deficiency of WFP3.


 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 21:51
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
I wrote a little script Nov 11, 2016

Samuel Murray wrote:
I'm the 2nd proofreader. The translator and the 1st proofreader should not make any edits to 100% matches, but... they just can't help themselves. So part of my job is to revert their edits back to the original matches.


I tried to create something that would process the TXML file, but that was too complicated. So I wrote a simple script that I can use within WFP itself to speed up the manual reverting.

It works like this: first you click in the active segment's target field, and press ~ (tilde), then click in the target text in the Segment Changes pane that you want to replace it with, and press ~ again. The script copies the old text and replaces the current active segment's target text with it. The script also comes with an option to automatically open the Notes dialog and add a semi-standardised note.

http://www.leuce.com/autoit/wfp%20revert%20100s.zip


 


To report site rules violations or get help, contact a site moderator:


You can also contact site staff by submitting a support request »

WFP3: How to revert changed 100% segments to original matches

Advanced search


Translation news related to Wordfast





SDL MultiTerm 2019
Guarantee a unified, consistent and high-quality translation with terminology software by the industry leaders.

SDL MultiTerm 2019 allows translators to create one central location to store and manage multilingual terminology, and with SDL MultiTerm Extract 2019 you can automatically create term lists from your existing documentation to save time.

More info »
memoQ translator pro
Kilgray's memoQ is the world's fastest developing integrated localization & translation environment rendering you more productive and efficient.

With our advanced file filters, unlimited language and advanced file support, memoQ translator pro has been designed for translators and reviewers who work on their own, with other translators or in team-based translation projects.

More info »



Forums
  • All of ProZ.com
  • Term search
  • Jobs
  • Forums
  • Multiple search