Or would it work selecting the language pair I want changing the memory configuration? I wonder if this would be the solution...
ok, yes, sometimes thinking aloud makes you see things more clearly. it works...☺️
I just logged in to answer your question ;). Glad you could solve it. You can see Igor giving a presentation in about 19 minutes: http://www.proz.com/virtual-conferences/671/program/10798
Thanks so much, Hans! Kind and always ready to the rescue as usual:-)
At least I hope the newbies see this when they start using CT and this thread can be useful this way!
I just had the same thought because currently I have a TM for EN-DE and one for DE-EN. Could you please explain how you did this as I seem to be a bit slow today :-/
I ended up using the same TM for ENG-SP and SP-ENG.
You just have to change the language pair direction according to your project language pair when you open the TM.
See attached image:-)
Thanks for your reply. It's that easy, eh?
I will try this instantly.
Have a great day!
Here it goes a I hope not too silly question: we can indicate CT to look in glossaries for terms on the left column, the right column or both. However, this is not the case for memories:
If I have a project in which the language pair is reverse, let's say, my memory has been built in SP-EN and I want to use it for EN-SP, is there any way to reverse the language pair? I know that just selecting the project language pair in the Project configuration wont help in that sense as I will not be getting any results from this resource.
Can you advice, please?
Thanks in advance,
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