The welcome message in the Automation Widget can be used to provide instructions or generic information for the widget users. We have made it possible to customize it even further by adding basic HTML support.
We have introduced a limit to the number of records returned in the reports generated by Memsource. Only the first 10,000 records will be included in any report. __ Learn more about Memsource Reports.
With the latest Memsource Cloud release, you can set all term bases in a project as read only.
To make the welcome to Memsource even warmer, we have been working hard to improve our onboarding process. Our aim was to create a simpler and more personal experience for first-time users. We have achieved this in a number of ways: We have created new getting started guides: a Getting Started Guide for Project Managers…
Memsource now supports the Common Translation Interface (COTI). COTI is an interface developed by DERCOM (Association of German Manufacturers of Authoring and Content Management Systems) for data exchange between authoring systems and translation systems.
Memsource users will now be able to run multiple instances of the Desktop Editor at the same time. Previously, it was only possible to run the Desktop Editor in a single process, so when you downloaded and opened another MXLIFF file, this ended the previous open instance of the Desktop Editor.
Memsource users will now be able to see the number of term bases, translation memories, jobs, quotes, analyses, and references on the project page, when those sections are minimized.
We have introduced an option to penalize 101% matches by 1%.
As part of the changes required for GDPR, we have modified the way in which login details are sent to new users. Now, whenever a user of any type is created in Memsource, an email containing their login information will be automatically sent to them.
The Memsource Plugin for WordPress now supports custom post types. A custom post type is a way to distinguish different types of content in WordPress and it allows you to specify certain features in a post that aren’t required in a default post type.