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faqs:way-to-force-certain-terms-to-be-translated-a-certain-way-using-a-project-glossary

Way to force certain terms to be translated a certain way (using a project glossary)?

Michael J.W. Beijer michael@beijer.uk 11:38 PM (1 minute ago) to support

Hi there,

Do you guys have any plans to implement a way to force certain terms to be translated a certain way (using a project glossary)? Several other MT apps/solutions currently allow this, e.g. GT4T, and an MT plugin for SDL Trados Studio, can't remember the name, but think it was originally developed by Patrick Porter.

Regards,

Michael

– Michael J.W. Beijer
Dutch-English technical translator
Hastings, United Kingdom
Website: Beijer.uk

faqs/way-to-force-certain-terms-to-be-translated-a-certain-way-using-a-project-glossary.txt · Last modified: 2021/06/04 18:14 by michaelbeijer