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||Posted - 01/23/2008 : 13:54:51
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||Posted - 11/10/2015 : 03:03:10
Hi Baud123, I believe Trados is supporting mainly all languages. Which language are you missing?
||Posted - 10/29/2015 : 23:42:41
Trados platforms only a few languages.
Any explanation for this?
Will it further outgrow to other language sources?
||Posted - 05/29/2009 : 04:57:46
you might try the following:
In Word, go to Tools > Options > View tab and uncheck the "Show hidden text" checkbox. Note: I am using the Czech localized version of Word, so the GUI items in your language version may be slightly different.
I hope this helps.
||Posted - 05/28/2009 : 09:26:42
Im working with Trados for the first time and having some problems. Does anyone know what would cause the following defect.
When Im finished with my translated text I still have both the text and the translation on the screen. Ive used the show/hide button as shown in the tutoral however nothing happens.
||Posted - 05/11/2009 : 06:52:06
I am an experienced Trados user. What exactly would you like to know about Trados?
||Posted - 05/10/2009 : 06:55:51
I'm considering starting to use Trados (probably need to make a course, as I'm new on that kind of software) and I'd like to ask you guys a little bit about this. Any comments will be much appreciated.
||Posted - 03/03/2009 : 19:27:25
[i]Originally posted by carolinesaari[/i]
[br]Does anyone know how to convert a Trados 7.0 TM so that I can use it with Trados 6.5 Freelance? Thanks for any help!
1. Export your Trados 7.0 to TMX.
2. Create a new TM in Trados 6.5
3. Import the TMX into this fresh TM.
That should do it.
quote:In fact the backward compatibility has been supported starting with build 756 and later. To make this clear, if you have a TM created in build 863 (now the latest one), anybody with at least the build 756 will be able to open the TM.
Stefan wrote: Hehe - would be good if they upgrade versions they keep it compatible...
However, it is generally a good practice to exchange TMs not in a proprietary format, but rather in an open one (TXT or TMX).
||Posted - 10/25/2008 : 05:57:25
Hehe - would be good if they upgrade versions they keep it compatible...
||Posted - 10/25/2008 : 05:02:45
After searching for a few hours, I finally gave up. I never found anything except having someone with 7.0 changing the format to be usable with 6.5. Schade..
||Posted - 10/24/2008 : 04:48:44
I think you can only do it with a 7.0 version, then generate a 6.5 one. But not sure.. If you find a solution, let us know :)
||Posted - 10/24/2008 : 01:06:08
Does anyone know how to convert a Trados 7.0 TM so that I can use it with Trados 6.5 Freelance? Thanks for any help!