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Use this sheet to configure project-specific translation memories. You can use the shared translation memories that are shared with all your projects, and you can add project-specific translation memories.
Shared translation memories are translation memories that you configure in the Options ribbon. They can be used in all your projects. Check those translation memories that you want to use. You can change the order by clicking Move up and Move down.
If you send the project file to a translator, she might not have the same installation-specific translation memories configured. If you want to make sure that she can use the same translation memory, add it as project-specific translation memories using the group box below.
Click Add to add a new translation memory. A list of available types will show. Select a translation memory type from the list.
|Add a new database translation memory||A database that contains translation memory data in a Soluling translation memory structure. Initially, Soluling contains one empty local translation memory called Local.
New Translation Memory dialog appears. Select the translation memory database and click OK.
|Add Microsoft Terminology Service translation memory||Microsoft Terminology Service is a free cloud-based read-only translation memory.|
|Add a MyMemory translation memory||MyMemory is a free cloud-based read-only translation memory.|
|Add a translation file||Adds a TMX, text, or Excel file to the shadow translation memory.|
|Import file into "<name>" translation memory||Imports translation from a file or a database to the default translation memory (<name>). Default translation memory is the first database translation memory in the list.|
Depending on your Soluling license, one or more options may not be visible.
Click Edit to edit the selected translation memory. Translation memory dialog appears. You can use it to import new data into the translation memory or edit existing translations.
Click Remove the remove the selected translation memory.
Click Import to import translation memory configurations from an exported file. Click Export to export current configurations into a file.
Click Move Up to move the selected item one step up. Click Move Down to move the selected item one step down. Ctrl+Up is a shortcut for Move Up. Ctrl+Down is a shortcut for Move Down. You can also drag and drop to reorder an item.
Note! The access keys will be stored encrypted in Soluling project file. However the ecryption that is used is not strong.
Select what translation memory is the default one i.e., where the translations from the project are saved to.