In the Muse properties window, you can change some of the details of an existing Muse.
You can change the name and the descriptive details of the Muse. You cannot change the languages of the Muse.
You cannot train or retrain a Muse here: Use the Train Muse window instead.
To learn more about setting up Muses: See Help about the Create Muse window.
How to get here
- Open a project. In Project home, choose Muses.
- Right-click the name of the Muse you need to change. From the menu, choose Properties.
The Muse properties window opens.
What can you do?
You do not need to change all of the details. Make necessary changes only.
- Under Muse properties, edit the name in the Name box. The name must be unique on your computer - or on the server where you're creating it.
- Edit in the Project, Client, Domain, and Subject boxes. Use these fields as follows:
- Project - This is the name of the larger project. Use the name that your client uses. Within the scope of a Project, think of a memoQ project as a 'job'. Under the umbrella of the same Project, there can be several memoQ projects.
- Client - The name of the client. If you work as a translator or in a translation company, this is usually the name of the end client.
- Domain - The name of the topic or the genre of the source documents. To indicate the subject field, use the Subject box instead.
- Subject - The name of the subject field.
- Check the languages in the Source language and the Target language boxes.
- Check the folder of a local Muse (or the server of an online Muse) in the Path box.
To open a local Muse's folder in Windows: Select the contents of the Path box, and copy it to the clipboard by pressing Ctrl+C. Press the Windows key, and paste the path by pressing Ctrl+V. Press Enter. The folder opens in a Windows folder window.
When you finish
To save changes to the Muse: Click OK.