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266th edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – Xbench review by Riccardo Schiaffino, extent of support of XML files in existing CAT tools, automatic tag placement in MateCat, and useful c...

266th edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – Xbench review by Riccardo Schiaffino, extent of support of XML files in existing CAT tools, automatic tag placement in MateCat, and useful c... | Translator Tools | Scoop.it
266th edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – Xbench capabilities for terminology management and translation QA (guest post by Riccardo Schiaffino), extent of support of XML files in existing CAT tools, automatic tag placement in MateCat, and useful coping/pasting shortcuts for Word and other word processors.
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The latest edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche talks about the extent of support of XML file translation in existing CAT tools (especially cloud-based tools), includes a guest post by Riccardo Schiaffino who provides a detailed review of Xbench capabilities for terminology management and translation QA, comments about an emerging feature which places tags in a target segment automatically (introduced in MateCat and Lilt), and provides several useful key combinations for copying and pasting in Word and other word processors.
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243rd edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – Remarkable developments in translation technology in 2014: new free web-based tools, usage of MT, cloud-based tools, Smartling, SDL OpenExch...

243rd edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – Remarkable developments in translation technology in 2014: new free web-based tools, usage of MT, cloud-based tools, Smartling, SDL OpenExch... | Translator Tools | Scoop.it

In the latest edition of the Tool Box Journal, Jost Zetzsche summarizes some of the most remarkable developments in translation technology in 2014. He talks about new free web-based tools (SmartCAT and MateCat), actual statistics of MT usage among translators who use Memsource, growing use of cloud-based tools, Smartling, SDL Trados Studio app store (OpenExchange), and growing integration of translation technologies with other technologies (e.g., Skype machine interpretation feature).

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The Tool Box Newsletter - the 227th Edition by Jost Zetzsche

The Tool Box Newsletter - the 227th Edition by Jost Zetzsche | Translator Tools | Scoop.it

The latest edition of 227th Edition by Jost Zetzsche covers the new Terminology Service API from Microsoft, the upcoming release of Déjà Vu X3, and MateCat.

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Seamless Integration of Xbench with Matecat - How to Instantly QA a Matecat Job with Xbench (from ApSIC Tools Weblog) (Video)

We’re happy to announce that we have just released another integration with a online CAT tool: Matecat.

While it is certainly true that Xbench is a desktop-only tool and Matecat is an online-only tool suprisingly, the integration is very smooth, even magic!

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Xbench now supports QA of translation done inside MateCAT online CAT tool.
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242nd edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche: Finding the best application of MT, MateCat, useful links for SDL Trados Studio users, etc.

242nd edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche: Finding the best application of MT, MateCat, useful links for SDL Trados Studio users, etc. | Translator Tools | Scoop.it

In the latest edition of the Tool Box Journal, Jost Zetzsche talks about utilizing the MT potential for the benefit of all translators, describes the progress of MateCat project for MT post-editing, and provides some useful information for CAT tool users. 

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