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Every translation memory has properties that you can define while creating it. Some properties can also be altered after the translation memory is created. The properties you can modify later are mostly meta-information: subject, domain, path, description, client and author. Also in the meta-information section, you can view the number of entries in the TM, and make the translation memory read-only if at any time you want to make sure the TM is not edited by anyone.

You can also specify whether memoQ should use context when searching the translation memory and whether memoQ should allow multiple translations for identical segments. Some properties have settings that can be defined only when you create the translation memory. They cannot be modified later and are disabled when you open the very similar Translation memory properties dialog.

See also:

New translation memory (dialog)


Multiple translations