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Content developers worldwide have adopted the
New features in MadCap Lingo 8.0 include:
Advanced translation editor
Streamlined termbase editor
Support for multiple translation memory
Enhanced support for Microsoft Word and
SQLite database support, concordance search
Support for 101% matches.
New segmentation rules editor
'We first developed MadCap Lingo to support a superior and streamlined translation experience for authors needing to translate content into multiple languages. Since then, we have seen a rapid adoption of MadCap Lingo as a robust standalone
MadCap Lingo 8.0 - Designed for Translation Professionals' Demands
MadCap Lingo 8.0 delivers significantly expanded functionality designed for translation and localization professionals' needs.
Advanced Translation Editor
Starting with this version, there is no longer an area in the editor designated specifically for performing translation work. Instead, translations are now done directly in the target segment cells, and these cells initially appear empty and without background color to eliminate clutter. Also, a new option that lets users automatically copy a number from the source to the target cell, helping to ensure that users do not accidentally retype an incorrect number during the translation.
A new segment filter has been added at the top of the Translation Editor, which can be used to limit the segments shown in the editor and helps the translator to make sure that terms are consistent throughout a file. It is also now possible to add notes for each segment, such as a reminder to do additional research about a term or an explanation for a reviewer about why a particular translation was used.
Additionally, several options are now available from the context menu when a user right-clicks a segment in the Translation Editor. These include Cut, Copy, Paste, Confirm (confirms the translation), Split Segment (breaks the segment at the point where the cursor is placed), and Join Segments (merges selected segments into a single segment).
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