Using the shortcut CTRL+comma, users can now select tags from a list to insert into a target segment. This new feature makes handling tags even faster and more flexible.
Memsource users can now specify the tag number and position of the tag in the target segment using the shortcut CTRL+ALT+ Tag Number (or Cmd+Option+Tag Number on Mac) in Memsource Web Editor and Desktop Editor.
There are some exciting new changes in the latest versions of the Memsource Desktop Editor and Memsource Web Editor.
We have significantly improved the accuracy of our spell-checker dictionaries.
It is now easier to work with combined translation jobs (files) in Memsource Desktop Editor and Web Editor. Each job will be separated by a bar which displays the job’s number and filename (as they appear in Memsource Cloud).
There is now an Overwrite Mode available in the Memsource Desktop Editor and Memsource Web Editor. Overwrite mode is when characters in front of the cursor position are deleted as new characters are added. Overwrite mode is currently unavailable for CJK languages.
We are very pleased to announce the release of Customizable Shortcuts in Memsource Desktop Editor – a present from us for the holiday season!
The function of Ctrl+D has been modified in both Memsource Editors. Now, the shortcut deletes the text in the target segment from the position of the cursor to the end of a segment. If the cursor is positioned at the beginning or end of a segment, Ctrl+D will delete the whole segment.
A filter for Not Empty segments has been implemented in both editors, allowing e.g. (in combination with Not Confirmed) filtering pre-translated but not confirmed segments.
An option has been introduced for project managers and administrators to prohibit any editing of source by linguists – either by editing in editors or by manually uploading a bilingual file via our UI or API. The option Linguists may edit source (selected by default) is located in the Access and Security section in the project as well as global…