OmegaT is popular in some circles because it is Java-based and thus cross-platform, and it is free. When I was doing compatibility testing with it recently and saw how readily tags from various XLIFF sources got trashed (aside from no tag protection, the program has a nasty habit of substituting and scrambling tags, even in source segments), the thought that "you get what you pay for" came to mind more than once.
However, used correctly, this Open Source tool can handle quite a number of formats well, and there are a good number of excellent professional translators who are satisfied with its features. Thus outsourcers using memoQ should understand the best procedures to follow if working with translators using OmegaT in order to avoid difficulties.
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This article looks at using and adjusting general segmentation settings and project-specific segmentation options in the translation memory program OmegaT (How to Split and Merge Segments with #OmegaT http://t.co/tBDeIGabYB...
A recent experience when tutoring a new memoQ user started me thinking about the way concordance searches work in various translation environment tools and how the results are displayed. The user, who was quite experienced with OmegaT, kept telling me that memoQ could not find examples of a term's use in the TM and she had to do all her searches in OmegaT. I was somewhat puzzled by that, and when I looked at her screen with the memoQ concordance dialog, I saw something like this:
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