Boletín Transit/TermStar NXT Tooltips
Welcome to the second post about the survey we organised about a month ago. In our last post about the poll, we commented on the priorities that users assigned to the different options we had suggested. This one will be dedicated to the “Others”, i.e. we would like to offer an answer to each of the points made and we’ve only left out those wishes that were already on the list that could be voted for.
Thanks to Transit’s Project Package Files (PPF) and Translation Package Files (TPF), the exchange of projects between client and translator has become child's play. PPFs and TPFs are compressed archives that contain the files to be translated, dictionaries, reference material, and much more. In this webinar, you will learn what these files contain and how to work with them.
On the 6th of march, we published our first poll to ask users what features they would like to see most in new Service Packs or versions of Transit NXT. The feedback was great and we would like to say a big Thank you to all of our readers who participated. The poll closed yesterday and here are the results.
With the latest update for Service Pack 7, you can translate InDesign CC files in Transit NXT. For data exchange with Transit, new InDesign Gate plug-ins are available for InDesign CC (Mac and Windows).
Some of you might have participated in the eCPD webinar series "Translation Technology -- What's Missing and What Has Gone Wrong" presented by Jost Zetsche. During the first webinar, Jost Zetsche compiled a kind of wish list based on the requests for features of CAT users. He then passed on the long list of proposals to more than 20 translation technology vendors.
Export TermStar dictionaries into different formats
TermStar, the terminology management component of Transit NXT, is extremely flexible and open when it comes to importing or exporting terminology. It supports multiple exchange formats and simplifies the import / export routines as much as possible. This tooltip is about the exporting features.
Please find below a short summary / TOC of the posts that we have published about the new features of Service Pack 7 since it came out in October 2013. We hope you find it useful: