Palex to live demo Verifika at Translation Forum Russia

Find out how you can reduce your completion time on large localization projects from days to hours using the Verifika® quality assurance tool, with Palex’s Alexander and Evgenia Barabash at Translation Forum Russia. Their workshop, titled From Perceived Quality to Creativity, will take place on Saturday, September 27 at 15:45 as part of the Technologies…

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The summer training programme in LIDO-LANG QA Department

The summer training programme at the LIDO-LANG QA Department came to an end. They reported: “Discovering the tricks of the trade, our six trainees have learnt most translation QA processes and explored the intricacies of working with CAT tools. The remaining time will be dedicated to getting to know our clients’ individual requirements. The programme…

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Softoolkit.com – a catalog of translation software

It seems to be a pretty comprehensive and useful directory of all software tools available for translators and translation industry. They approached us today to check if their review of Verifika was accurate enough, and although we could find a couple of small issues (basically it depends on what you focus on, I think), we…

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Verifika multilingual Help site launched!

We have just finished importing Verifika Help to a new multilingual sub-site. Many people asked if we plan to localize Verifika into other languages. Although this is indeed a good idea, Verifika is changing so rapidly and its interface is so dynamic that trying to deliver localization on time would consume a lot of our…

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SDL Studio and Verifika: don’t forget to close your files

Tonight’s complaint from a trial user seems to be resolved. The problem occurred because the files were opened in both Studio and Verifika simultaneously. Because SDL Studio does not lock the files it opened, Verifika can easily open and change them at the same time. And Studio, in turn, has no idea of the changes…

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Some of you might have already noticed something we forgot to mention. Starting from version 1.5.2, Verifika supports SDLX .itd format. Support for IBM Translation Manager exported XLIFF folders is planned for version 1.6 to be released in early March or so, and version 1.7 should bring support to MemSource XLIFF files.…

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