On the Languages page you can set your default machine translation settings, see your currently selected source and target languages, and get an overview of the status of the completed translations for those languages.
You can order automatically generated machine translations using one of our supported Machine Translation Engines (MTEs). This option is enabled by default, with the Google MTE selected as the default MTE for the Project. However, you can select a different MTE for each language in your project!
- Select the checkbox to toggle this option on or off.
- Click on Machine Translation Settings to choose the desired MTE per language.
- You can change the default MTE for the entire project.
- Then you can change the MTE for the desired languages.
- When ready, click Save.
To see a list of supported languages for the translation engines, click here...
Using this feature will automate the translation of glossary terms when using the Google or DeepL Translate engines.
- Select the checkbox to toggle this option on or off, then select Save.
- Read more here about this feature.
This shows the list of languages that you have enabled in your Project along with the percentage of human vs machine vs untranslated content for each language.
- To disable a language, click on the Enabled toggle.
- To reenable a disabled language, click Show disabled languages and toggle it back on again.
To add a new language click the + Add Languages button.
Then you can either scroll through the list or search for a language by starting to type in the Add a language text entry field. After finding the desired language, click the Add button. You can add multiple languages by clicking in the bar again.
See the list of supported languages here.
If the language that you want to add has one or more locales, they will appear below the main language in the list. Simply select the desired locale or the main language.
Updated 3 months ago