Various file formats to be translated in Memsource can store relevant data in the form of contextual information. This type of information might prove crucial for the correct understanding and translation of documents.
Memsource Editors can directly display this relevant information in a special “context" section at the bottom of Memsource Editors.
Three different types of context information can be displayed, Context Key, Context Note and Context Origin.
- Supported for: chrome json, csv, desktop entry, dtd, joomla ini, json, mac strings, mif, mozilla properties, po, properties, resjson, resx, srt, ts, windowsrc, xliff, xml, yaml
- This information is retrieved from the source file automatically on import or defined manually for certain file types.
- Supported for: chrome json, csv, json, mac strings, po, resjson, resx, sbv, srt, ts, windowsrc, xliff, xml, yaml
- Can be set by user in the import settings.
- Context note allows users to specify sections of source documents where additional information relevant for translation is stored.
Filtering by Context Key and Context Note
It is possible to filter segments by Context Key and Context Note. See the Text Filter article for more information.
- Supported for: desktop entry, mif, ts, MS Office
- Retrieved from the original file on import. It includes information on the origin of the current segment (“footer” for a segment originating from the footer of a DOCX).