Category Archives: intermediate level

What is a translation segment?

If you want to know what translation segments have to do with piggy banks, then read on cause this is Pro content in the disguise of a beginner’s blog post. If you know how segmentation works and are able to … Continue reading

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Transit NXT: from CAT tool to ATA

Our latest blog post presents a new feature in Transit NXT’s translation editor that has gone almost unnoticed. As insignificant as it may seem, it converts Transit into an Advanced Translation Assistant as it helps you to stay on track. … Continue reading

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STAR Campus – Software for anywhere

How can I use Transit to localize software? Traditionally, CATs (computer assisted translation tools) were used for the translation of documentation, i.e. content created with word-processing or DTP applications. For the translation of software strings, other tools were developed, the … Continue reading

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STAR Campus – Fishing the Babel Fish

What can machine translation do for me? In the book “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, the Babel fish is a small creature that you put in your ear to instantly understand anything that is said to you, in any … Continue reading

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STAR Campus – Webinar about Fuzzy Matches

What’s all this fuzz about? (Please keep on reading!) Approximate string matching or “fuzzy matching”  is the technique of finding character strings that match another character string approximately rather than exactly. To establish the fuzzy match percentage, i.e. the difference … Continue reading

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Transit NXT Webinars in English and Spanish

In the Transit NXT User Group in LinkedIn, somebody posted the question if the STAR Campus webinars were recorded and accessible somewhere. Unfortunately, the first webinars could not be recorded but Support is thinking about recording the upcoming webinars to … Continue reading

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STAR Campus – Markups count towards quality too

How do I ensure that all of the markups are correct? Markups or tags are representations of structural or aesthetic features of the source document. Even though markups do not have to be translated, they are a part of the … Continue reading

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