Change Log update 8.7.3

  • 06 December 2018
  • by The memoQ Team
Change Log update 8.7.3

Here comes the latest build for memoQ, fresh with fixes!


The installers of memoQ and memoQ server are available from the Downloads section of our website. The latest memoQ client is also available via AutoUpdate.


Fixes:

BUG-914: DeepL MT: If DeepL cannot provide translation for a segment, that of the subsequent segment is inserted.
BUG-905: memoQ Package (MQOUT) filter: Unable to import a specific MQOUT package on a memoQ Server for a failure to import light resources.
BUG-883: Microsoft PowerPoint (PPTX) filter: Specific documents with embedded images cannot be exported.
BUG-939: Microsoft Visio (VSDX) filter: Unable to import specific files containing shapes with empty text block.
BUG-944: Microsoft Word (DOCX) filter: Cannot import specific document previously exported from memoQ due to duplicate attribute name.
BUG-879: Slicing a document makes some previously editable segments non-editable by translators.
BUG-798: Specific documents may cause a memory leak in memoQweb WebTrans.
BUG-957: Synchronization resets MT settings in online projects.
BUG-934: The Assign command doesn't add the user to the project due to failure to save project settings.
BUG-904: TIPP Package (TIP) filter: Some TIPP packages cannot be exported for an overflow.
BUG-938: Transit Package (PPF, PXF) filter: Translation memories contained in the packages do not show up in memoQ.
BUG-933: WordPress WPML XLIFF (XLIFF) filter: The first meta of a section should start with a strictly bigger label error when importing specific documents.
BUG-857: Wrong telemetry server address is set in memoQ.
BUG-998: WS-API: ListProjects is not efficient enough.
BUG-928: ZIP filter: File extensions of the contained files get duplicated in the Export path field on the Details pane of the Translations list.
 

The picture chosen for this change log is a print of the inside of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's train-shed at Bristol Temple Meads railway station in the UK. By John Cooke Bourne (printed by C.F. Cheffins). Public Domain. Wikimedia Commons.