Change Log update 8.7.8

  • 20 February 2019
  • by The memoQ Team
Change Log update 8.7.8

Here comes the latest build for memoQ 8.7, fresh with fixes! Thanks to everyone who reported.


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-1158: A translation memory in a multilingual project ceases to be a working TM if one of the other TMs attached to that project has the same major language
BUG-1196: Cannot restore a specific project archive if LT-connected users worked on it and their data changed
BUG-1126: CMS API: Job status update requests from CMS Connectors could cause incomplete jobs to enter Delivered status
BUG-1109: CMS: memoQ does not list CMS jobs in the "Add CMS jobs to project" dialog if the project's languages include languages with sublanguages
BUG-1245: Deletion of default MT resource files prevents users from creating template-based online projects relying on those default MT resources
BUG-1216: Exported QA report contains only placeholders for QA warnings/errors raised against segments with insertions or deletions
BUG-597: FirstAccept fails for users synchronized from an Active Directory group if they were later removed from that group in AD
BUG-771: Greek accented characters incorrectly keep accents when capitalized
BUG-773: Inconsistent QA warnings received for all-uppercase words in Greek
BUG-631: Joining consecutive segments in the course of TM-driven segmentation may cause errors in preview
BUG-686: Machine Translation: Tilde MT: Setting up the plugin fails on memoQ Server
BUG-863: memoQ does not handle invalid regular expressions in QA replacement rules gracefully
BUG-1179: memoQ fails to start if the pinned Keyboard shortcut settings is not available
BUG-958: memoQ Server WS-API: Custom weights for weighted counts are not observed in projects created via memoQ Server's WS-API
BUG-1218: memoQ Server WS-API: The ReimportTranslationDocument method does not remember the previously stored import path
BUG-965: memoQWeb: Cancelling the LQA window rejects the current segment, unlike in desktop memoQ clients
BUG-1170: Microsoft Word (DOC, DOCX) filter: Failed to export a specific document because of an error reporting inline tags are paired incorrectly in the document
BUG-981: Multilingual Delimited Text (MuLi CSV, MuLi XLSX) filter: A cell is imported even if it has a background color that should prevent it from being imported
BUG-1007: Multilingual Delimited Text (MuLi CSV, MuLi XLSX) filter: Cannot import some Excel files with the "Segment on line break" option turned on
BUG-778: Number recognition does not apply superscript and subscript formatting in measurements
BUG-1048: Opening a project or a document after you enable the "Check spelling as you type" option may make memoQ unresponsive for some seconds
BUG-1165: SDL Trados Document (SDLXLIFF) filter: Cannot export some documents if a tag was deleted and then re-inserted
BUG-1185: Segment count may increase in statistics with homogeneity enabled
BUG-1182: Switching back and forth between the "Resolve errors and warnings" window and a filtered translation document may cause memoQ to crash
BUG-612: Switching back to the "QA results and warning" tab from a document after filtering it causes memoQ to crash
BUG-1153: The description of QA warnings are missing from the "Resolve Errors and Warnings" window's top pane
BUG-1183: The well-formedness tag check of QA settings improperly warns for an extra tag pair for segments with no tags in the source
BUG-1144: Under very rare circumstances, tag definitions may be lost from documents, preventing users from checking out the containing projects
BUG-1129: Upon package creation, TM entries are saved to a TM configured for a different sublanguage in memoQ 8.5 than in 8.7
BUG-961: User assignment is not changed according to settings when reimporting document in a template-based project as part of a workflow using FirstAccept for translation
 

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