I've been using CafeTran for a while yet, but I haven't got around to using it for a Studio project.
I'm trying to work out whether trying to use CT for a Studio project is going to save time or whether it's quicker just to use Studio (of which I am not a fan at all).
I've looked at various postings and resources on this subject, but it is still not clear to me how easy it is to work with Studio packages in CafeTran in practice. There are a lot of forum postings about how to get around this or that limitation of processing Studio files in CT, which doesn't exactly inspire confidence.
If any of the experienced hands could give a quick run-through of the basic process for and, in particular, pitfalls of translating a straightforward Studio Package in CT, I would be very grateful.
>Also, SDL is a big organisation, mainly focussed on big clients. When you have an issue, you'll be contacted and they'll listen to you. And that's it.
I meant: when you're 'only' a freelancer, they'll have the courtesy to contact you. But that's it then.
There's no Igor trying to help you, even in the early evening. Of course this is related to an installed user base, but it's a great support.