Lenting: ...you can choose it later directly via the Glossary menu
The preferred and sensible way would be to open it in or as a TMX file, with all the benefits those TMX files have I already mentioned.
Yes Hans, you're a fan of them. But please hush now.
Lenting: ...you're a fan of them. But please hush now.
Using TMX files is CafeTran's original way. That was, before you copulated it up.
And no, I shall not hush up, I shall never surrender! Prepare for the worst! And the worst is yet to come...
Hans, I'm not a fan of moderation in general, but in order to keep this FAQ clean, I'd really welcome some maintenance activity here ....
How can I create a generic glossary of any of my language combinations?
I advise you to start with a project glossary that you have already created for this language combination.
Open it in a text editor, make any necessary changes and save it under a new file name at a permanent location on your harddisk (preferably in your Dropbox folder).
Add it via the Glossary menu, as shown in the video.
Once you have added the generic glossary to CafeTran, you can choose it later directly via the Glossary menu or by checking it on the CafeTran Dashboard.
Watch the demo: https://youtu.be/ZQ2yB5PLHnc