The Resolve errors and warnings tab is the place where you can look at all errors and warnings from your project.

Errors and warnings are added to some segments by the quality assurance (QA) mechanism of memoQ. The QA mechanism checks the translations according to the QA settings of the project.

You can review the errors and warnings in local projects and in checkouts of online projects.

How to get here

1.Open a project. You may open a document or two, but this is not necessary.

2.If you need to check the consistency of translations (only then), run the QA module first: On the Review ribbon, click Quality Assurance. In the Run QA window, choose how much of the project is checked, and then click OK. memoQ runs the QA checks on the documents. This may take several minutes.

To learn more: See Help about the Run QA window.

3.On the Review ribbon, click Errors And Warnings.

4.The Resolve errors and warnings window opens. Choose a scope. A scope tells memoQ how much of the project you need to review. Click OK.

To learn more: See Help about the Resolve errors and warnings window.

5.memoQ collects the segments that have warnings or errors. Then the Resolve errors and warnings tab opens.

You may need patience: Depending on the size of your project, it may take several minutes to collect the affected segments.


What can you do?

Review the list of warnings

Choose what is shown and what is not

Move around in the list. Edit and confirm segments

Ignore warnings (you cannot ignore errors)

Resolve errors and warnings in a translation memory

To get a report about the errors and warnings: Click Export report. memoQ will save a HTML document. You can open it in a web browser, and examine the warnings in detail.

For a complete list of QA warnings in memoQ, see this Help topic.

When you finish

You do not have to save the documents: memoQ will automatically save every change, even in segments that were not confirmed.

To return to Project home: Close the Resolve errors and warnings tab by clicking the Close icon_close_tab button on the tab itself. Or, press Ctrl+F4.