Memsource Editor 1.24 Released

A new version of Memsource Editor, which has just been released, provides users with better insight into the translation progress in the file they are working on.

We have added a simple indicator in the status bar, showing the total number of segments, words and characters, followed by a slash and in green the total number of confirmed segments, words and characters. All is based on counting the source. See the status bar at the screenshot below.


Memsource Editor 1.19 including Spellchecker Released

A new build of Memsource Editor is out, including the much awaited spellchecker. It is now provided as a simple, yet powerful feature, providing quick and user-friendly checking for spelling errors in your documents. It will be further developed and improved, based on users’ feedback.

Another minor but useful improvement is the introduction of wildcard search in translation memory and term base, which can be launched directly from Memsource Editor via this keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+K.


Version 101 Released with a New Wiki File Filter

Version 1.101 got just released to Memsource Cloud. It introduces some minor improvements and bug fixes.

In terms of new features it brings a brand new wiki file filter, which allows importing MediaWiki wiki content into Memsource for translation. The MediaWiki software has become popular mainly thanks to Wikipedia, which it powers. However, some companies, like MemSource, have decided to publish their software documentation online instead of the traditional Adobe InDesign/PDFs. The main reason why we have developed the wiki file filter is to be able to efficiently localize our documentation/user guides.