CafeTran's translation memory file format is TMX (Translation Memory Exchange). Thus, it is possible to share translation memory files via your favorite cloud storage service such as Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud etc. You can even access TMX files stored in the cloud directly from CafeTran. The file synchronization behavior depends on the type of the cloud service and it is recommended to test a specific cloud solution before applying it in team translation projects. The TMX file access with read-only CafeTran's memory option should work fine for each translator in the team. However, it is worthwhile checking the scenario where two or more translators update the TMX memory file stored in the cloud simultaneously.
Modified on: Sun, 18 Dec, 2016 at 5:03 AM
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