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When trying to import several .tmx files in a TM in Trados Live, I can only import one file at a time. This is quite time-consuming when a client shares multiple .tmx files.
Is this the default procedure in Trados Live at the moment? Is the workaround the following approach: create a TM on the desktop, import the .tmx batch, then upload the TM to be able to work in the cloud?
Hello Dorien van Sichem ,
Currently, the restriction in Trados live is one file at a time- but I believe this will change in the future to allow more.
Local TM's cannot yet be imported/used in the cloud.
But if you create a Local TM and export to TMX, you should be able to import this into Trados Live .
Thanks for this clarification, Steven!
Any news about being able to import several files at a time? We would really need this possibility as we may receive dozens or even more than a hundred sdfxliff files that we need to import into the TM. Please make this a priority!