This command creates a new empty non-translatable list. After this, you must edit it to add the actual non-translatable expressions. Or, you can add non-translatables from the translation editor: On the Translation ribbon, click Add Non-Translatable.
How to get here
Open the Resource Console. Choose Non-translatables. Under the list, click Create new.
From a local project: Open a project. In Project home, choose Settings. In the Settings pane, click the Non-translatable lists icon. (This icon says [sic!].) Under the list, click Create/use new. This command creates the non-translatable list, and adds it to the project.
From an online project: Open an online project for management. In the memoQ online project window, choose Settings. In the Settings pane, click the Non-translatable lists icon. (This icon says [sic!].) Under the list, click Create/use new. This command creates the non-translatable list, and adds it to the project.
If My Computer is selected in Resource Console. Or, from a local project
What can you do?
If you come from the Resource Console, and a memoQ server was selected at the top: You can choose to create the non-translatable list on your own computer; or to create it on the server.
To make your choice: Click the My computer or the Remote radio button.
You cannot choose another server here. To create the non-translatable list on another server: Close this window. Choose the other server at the top of the Resource Console. Click Create new again.
- Type a name in the Name box. The name must be unique on your computer - or on the server where you're creating it.
- Describe the purpose of the non-translatable list in the Description box. Never leave it empty: think of the other people who may need to use this non-translatable list, too.
When you finish
To create the non-translatable list: Click OK.