Indesign CC files in Transit NXT
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).
Short cuts – Nº 15 : New options for converting language pairs to the standard TMX file format
In one of the tooltips, we learnt how to convert language pairs into the standard TMX format. The new Service Pack includes the following additional useful features for this conversion process. These new features give you added productivity, more efficiency and added quality control:
Aligning files in Transit NXT
If you have files that were translated without a CAT tool and would like to use them as reference material, Transit NXT offers you a very powerful and easy to use alignment tool to convert them into language pairs which can then be used as reference material for future translation projects. The resulting language pairs can also be converted into the standard TMX format.
Short cuts – Nº 11 : Converting and using TMX files as reference material
If you often receive translation memories in TMX format and are wondering about how to use them in Transit, here is a quick way to convert them into language pairs to be used in Transit NXT as reference material.
Select TMX interface | Import TMX from the Reference material button in the resource bar as shown in the figure below:
How to convert a TTX file to Transit NXT file format
Trados TagEditor XML (TTX) files are bilingual files created in SDL Trados 2007 Suite or earlier. They are still very much in use as an exchange format to address compatibility issues between SDL Trados versions. They also enable other Translation Environment Tools to work with SDL Trados projects.
Translating the table of contents in a Word document
Ever wondered what is the most efficient way to translate the tables of contents in your Word documents? Here's an explanation about what this process is about and how to carry it out.
Creating a TMX file for your client
We've already heard about importing TMX files in the post How to use a translation memory from another tool, so today we will see the inverse operation.