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Export Apple Glossaries to TMX with ApSIC Xbench 2.9

Although the older, free version of ApSIC Xbench (2.9) was designed to handle the older Apple glossary files that had an .ad extension, it can also import the newer glossary files (that have an .lg extension). This video shows how to do it, and how to export items to a TMX translation memory.

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Export Apple Glossaries to TMX with ApSIC Xbench 3.0

In August 2012, Apple released new versions of its OS X glossaries. For each language, there are hundreds of individual XML files that cover one particular area of OS X. The latest version of ApSIC Xbench, 3.0, released on December 14th, 2012, now supports these new glossaries. This video shows how to add the individual […]

Backup memoQ projects online to languageterminal.com

languageterminal.com is a new service introduced by Kilgray in November 2012, together with memoQ 6.2. It lets memoQ users back up their projects online directly from memoQ’s Dashboard. Likewise, projects can be restored from languageterminal.com to the local computer. One gigabyte of disk space is provided for free. This video shows how to back up […]

Translate native InDesign via memoQ XLIFF

In a previous video, I talked about a new online service introduced by Kilgray: languageterminal.com. Among other things, it lets you convert native InDesign files (INDD) into the industry-standard XLIFF format. The output produced from the INDD file by languageterminal.com is a file in the MQXLZ format. MQXLZ is in fact ZIP by another name: […]

Translate native InDesign format with languageterminal.com from Kilgray

Kilgray introduced a new online service called languageterminal.com. Among other things, it lets you convert native InDesign files (INDD) into the industry-standard XLIFF format. The XLIFF file can then be translated in any tool that supports XLIFF, for instance Kilgray’s own memoQ. The service also produces a PDF output from the original InDesign file, so […]