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Although RWS acquired SDL last November, the visible switch from gaudy green to tranquil teal happened just a few weeks ago. And along with the rebranding, we have a reinvented app: Trados Business Manager Essential.
Last week a colleague asked the Twittersphere whether endometriosis is a disease, disorder or condition. Always keen to accept a challenge, I went off to investigate. Join me on my journey down the rabbit hole!
Continuing from last week’s blog post about the new Studio 2021, here’s a post all about SDL Trados Live (Essential edition), a system for translating files in your browser that comes bundled as a 12-month package with your perpetual Studio … Continue reading
SDL Trados Studio 2021 has arrived! As a beta team member, I’ve spent almost three months testing new features, catching bugs and suggesting improvements. Here’s my low-down on the new SDL Trados Studio 2021.
Here’s my review of METM19, the 15th Mediterranean Editors & Translators Meeting, held 26-28 September in Split, Croatia. Attendees chose which workshops and talks to attend and which social activities to take part in. We made some choices months in … Continue reading
I often receive emails from aspiring translators who are switching from a career in the fields of science or healthcare and are seeking advice from someone with the same language combination who made a similar change, albeit several decades ago. … Continue reading
Two of my favourite Word macros are counting words inserted with track changes and extracting those words to translate them in SDL Trados Studio (or other CAT tool). I mentioned the first macro in a blog post seven years ago … Continue reading
How to switch from BaccS version 4 to the newly licensed BaccS version 5, now owned by SDL. Continue reading
How to filter colour-filled cells and use AutoHotkey to save a few thousand clicks in a questionnaire Continue reading