From what I can see, to anonymize segments, first I have to translate my file, then create a Translation Memory for that file, then run the Translation Memory through TM Anonymizer, then run the file through Trados again using the anonymized Translation Memory.
It seems an awful lot of steps to take. Have I understood it correctly?
Elizabeth De Zoysa
Elizabeth De Zoysa said:It seems an awful lot of steps to take. Have I understood it correctly?
Assumong you are using Studio 2019 based on your last post, you should have installed the SDL Data Protection Suite. Part of this plugin is the Project Anonymizer and that works by anonymizing the content in your project... nothing to do with your TM:
The steps you noted above probably wouldn't work at all. You'd just get fuzzy matches and the source would remain un-anonymized.
Elizabeth De Zoysa said:From what I can see, to anonymize segments,
After reading the question from krupa adrian it made me rethink what you have actually asked. To anonymize segments what exactly do you mean?
If you want to anonymize content from the segment then my previous response stands.
If you just want to remove your user name from the segments you have traslated, or the fact you used machine translation, then the SDLXLIFF Anonymizer is a better choice.
The TM Anonymizer doesn't sound like the solution for anonymizing segments (assuming you mean in your translation project) in any way.
Thank you, I meant to remove the AT attribute, so I'll use SDXLIFF Anonymizer.