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There are generally two cases when you would want to use the '''Extract Uniques''' and '''Populate Uniques''' features available in '''QuickTools''':
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There are generally two cases when you would want to use the '''Extract Uniques''' and '''Populate Uniques''' features available in '''QuickTools''' in [[Wordfast Pro]]:
 
# You receive a large file (more than 1000 segments) that contains a significant number of repetitions and you want to reduce the size of the file for faster processing in the “TXLF Editor”.
 
# You receive a large file (more than 1000 segments) that contains a significant number of repetitions and you want to reduce the size of the file for faster processing in the “TXLF Editor”.
 
# Your project involves multiple files (e.g. hundreds) that you want to merge into a single file for translation:  
 
# Your project involves multiple files (e.g. hundreds) that you want to merge into a single file for translation:  
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#* by multiple translators, after using the [[Splitting & Merging Files in Wordfast Pro 5|'''Split TXLF''' feature]].
 
#* by multiple translators, after using the [[Splitting & Merging Files in Wordfast Pro 5|'''Split TXLF''' feature]].
  
 
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[[Category:Wordfast Pro]]
Version: Wordfast Pro 5.14<br>
 
Operating System: macOS
 
 
 
--[[User:John|John Di Rico]], 27 March 2020
 

Revision as of 19:45, 13 April 2021

There are generally two cases when you would want to use the Extract Uniques and Populate Uniques features available in QuickTools in Wordfast Pro:

  1. You receive a large file (more than 1000 segments) that contains a significant number of repetitions and you want to reduce the size of the file for faster processing in the “TXLF Editor”.
  2. Your project involves multiple files (e.g. hundreds) that you want to merge into a single file for translation:
    • by a single translator to avoid having to open/close hundreds of files, some of which might contain only one or two segments,
    • by multiple translators, after using the Split TXLF feature.