File type definition for TMX

File type definition for TMX

By Trados AppStore Team

Free

Description

Use this app to open TMX files as translatable files in Studio.

This app is especially useful if you are working with people using Across technology. You can easily handle a TMX file generated in the Across tool, and then create a fully translated TMX to send back when you are finished.

This app works best with reasonably sized TMX files.

Once installed, you will find that 'Translation Memory eXchange' will now be listed under File Types in the project settings of Trados Studio.

If you install the filetype and then don’t see it in your list, or you think the installation was too fast and it didn’t seem to do anything, then please go to Options -> Filetypes and then look on the right. It probably says "additional filetypes exist". Click that, select the missing filetype you installed and you'll be good to go.

To learn how to use this application, please check the Documentation tab.

Technical details

4.0.0.1 - Trados Studio 2024

Changelog:

  • updated to support Studio 2024
  • updated TellMe features

Checksum: e3b0c44298fc1c149afbf4c8996fb92427ae41e4649b934ca495991b7852b855

Release date: 2024-06-25

3.2.0.0 - Trados Studio (2022 (SR2), 2022 (SR1))

Changelog:

  • Add support for unsupported languages
  • Fixed error "Fail to save target content..."
  • Fixed error "remove whitespaces between tags"

Checksum: e3b0c44298fc1c149afbf4c8996fb92427ae41e4649b934ca495991b7852b855

Release date: 2023-12-08

3.0.2.1 - Trados Studio 2022

Changelog:

  • Corrected updated plugin manifest to ensure that the plugin will not attempt to install into Trados Studio 2022 SR1.

Checksum: e3b0c44298fc1c149afbf4c8996fb92427ae41e4649b934ca495991b7852b855

Release date: 2023-12-08

2.3.1.1 - Trados Studio 2021

Changelog:

  • rebranding changes.


Checksum: d3ecaf91efde53da3c697551da1dc3cb90e0107fd7f03f2a5d3f77deadb09c5f

Release date: 2022-05-25

1.3.0.1 - SDL Trados Studio 2019

1.2.2.0 - SDL Trados Studio 2017

No related information.

The "File Type for TMX" plugin simplifies the process of working with TMX files directly within Trados Studio. By following these steps, you can easily integrate TMX files into your translation projects, leverage Trados Studio's powerful translation tools, and ensure high-quality translations.

Minimum Requirements

  • Trados Studio 2017

How to find File type definition for TMX?

You can install the File type definition for TMX either from:

·       Trados AppStore web

·       From within Trados Studio via the Integrated AppStore

How to use File Type definition for TMX?

1. Add TMX File Type to Trados Studio

  • Open Trados Studio.
  • Go to File > Options.
  • In the Options dialog, select File Types from the left-hand menu.
  • Click Add to open the Add File Type dialog.
  • Find and select the "TMX" file type in the list.
  • Click OK to add the TMX file type to your list of available file types.

Note: In Studio 2024 the plugin is added automatically to the File Types list. However, for existing projects, you will still need to follow the above steps to add it.

2. Create a Project with TMX Files

  • Go to File > New > New Project.
  • Follow the steps in the New Project wizard to set up your project.
  • When you reach the Project Files step, click Add Files.
  • Browse to the location of your TMX files and select them.
  • Click Next and complete the setup process for your project.

3. Open and Translate TMX Files

  • In the Projects view, select your project.
  • Click on the Files tab to see the list of project files.
  • Double-click on a TMX file to open it in the Editor.
  • Translate the segments as you would with any other file type in Trados Studio.
  • Use the translation memory, termbases, and other resources to aid your translation.

4. Save and Export Translated TMX Files

  • After translating the TMX file, click File > Save or use the shortcut Ctrl+S to save your work.
  • To export the translated file, go to File > Save Target As.
  • Choose the location and file name for the exported TMX file.
  • Click Save to complete the export process.

TellMe features

Use TellMe functionality to acess easily the following actions:

·       File Type definition for TMX Documentation

·       RWS Community AppStore Forum

·       File Type definition for TMX Source Code

·       File Type definition for TMX Settings

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