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Additional Terminology File Upload Formats Now Available

Additional Terminology File Upload Formats Now Available

TM-Town has added additional terminology file formats for uploads. Now you can upload Excel glossaries (.xls, .xlsx), CSV (.csv) glossaries, or TSV (.tsv) glossaries.

Previously if you wanted to upload a terminology file on TM-Town it needed to either be a .tbx file or a .csv file specifically formatted from CafeTran. From today you can now upload general .csv, .tsv, .xls, and .xlsx terminology files. You should have the source term in one column and the target term in a second column. If you have a header row that is OK, if you don't have a header row that is OK as well. The system will detect that and will also automatically detect the languages for you.

Acceptable Glossary Formats

Excel file with language codes in the header (.xls or .xlsx)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with header)

Excel file with no header (.xls or .xlsx)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with no header)

Comma-separated values (CSV) file with language codes in the header (.csv)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with no header)

Comma-separated values (CSV) file with no header (.csv)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with no header)

Tab-separated values (TSV) file with language codes in the header (.tsv, .csv)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with no header)

Tab-separated values (TSV) file with no header (.tsv, .csv)

TM-Town Terminology Upload Format (Excel with no header)

Upload a terminology file and let me know how it goes! If you have any issues or if you have any other terminology formats you would like to see please let me know.

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Posted 2 months ago.

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