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XTM Cloud 13.4

Customer Editor – Settings

In the Customer list > Settings tab screen, you can customize the system settings for each customer.

To access the Customer list > cog-solid.png Settings tab:
  1. Select the Customers tab.

  2. In the the Customers tab screen, select the context menu icon bars-solid.png next to the relevant customer's name.

  3. From the context menu, select cog-solid.png Settings.

The visibility and default values in Customer list > cog-solid.png Settings cascade down from the system settings, which are set by the XTM Cloud Administrator.

In the following table, you can find examples of settings that you can customize at customer level.

Table 50. Customer Editor — Settings parameters

Section

Description

Project Options

Check the Alternative translation checkbox if you want to modify the default setting for this customer. Then enter the number of alternatives that you want to show in XTM Workbench.

Check the Use Anonymization checkbox if you want to mask sensitive data in translation projects with a placeholder.

Machine translation

Use MT options

If necessary, change the global Machine Translation settings for a particular customer.

From the Use MT options dropdown, select one of the available options:

  • Don't display – to hide Machine Translation matching settings when creating projects for this customer.

  • System default – to apply global Machine Translation settings for this customer.

  • Custom specific – to set different Machine Translation settings for this customer.

Use DeepL Translator

If your XTM Cloud Administrator has connected DeepL Translator to your XTM Cloud instance, you can decide to enable or disable it for the relevant customer. Set the Use DeepL Translator parameter to:

  • cleared – to disable DeepL Translator for the relevant customer.

  • selected – to enable DeepL Translator for the relevant customer.

    When you select this option, the DeepL Translator login data dropdown is displayed.

Select the value of the DeepL Translator login data parameter:

  • System default.

  • Customer specific.

    When you select this option, the additional Authentication key text fields is displayed.

To use a different DeepL authentication key for a particular customer
  1. Select Customers > Customer list > Customer name > Settings.

  2. Enter a value in the Authentication key field.

  3. Select Synchronize.

    Result:

    A Synchronization successful message is displayed and the Glossaries button is displayed.

    Note

    When a synchronization error occurs, the following error message is displayed: Cannot synchronize data with DeepL Translator. Check all connection details. Make sure that you use a correct Authentication key and that your DeepL glossaries and subscription are valid and configured properly.

To see a list of the synchronized DeepL glossaries:
  1. Select Configuration > Settings > Translation > Machine Translation > DeepL Translator.

  2. Select View next to the Glossaries parameter.

Result:

The DeepL glossaries popup is displayed, showing the glossary information:

  • Name.

  • Source language.

  • Target language.

Use Google machine translation

If your XTM Cloud Administrator connected Google machine translation to your XTM Cloud instance, you can decide to enable or disable it for the relevant customer. Set the Use Google machine translation parameter to:

  • cleared – to disable Google machine translation for the relevant customer.

  • selected – to enable Google machine translation for the relevant customer.

    When you select this option, the Use Google NMT and Use AutoML checkboxes and the Google MT login data dropdown is displayed.

Set the value of the Use Google NMT parameter to:

  • cleared – to disable the use of Google NMT.

  • selected – to use Google NMT.

Set the value of the Use AutoML parameter to:

  • cleared – to disable the use of Google AutoML.

  • selected – to use Google AutoML.

    When selected, the Use Google NMT checkbox is automatically selected and inactive.

Select the value of the Google MT login data parameter:

  • System default.

  • Customer specific.

    When you select this option, additional text fields is displayed:

    • Service account email – email to the customer's Google service account.

    • Service account private key – private key to the customer's Google service account.

    • Project ID – ID of the customer's project in your Google account.

Models and glossaries available in your Google Auto ML account are synchronized with your XTM Cloud instance.

To view the List of synchronized models, select View models. The AutoML models popup, containing the following information about models, is displayed:

  • Model name.

  • Source language.

  • Target language.

To view the List of synchronized glossaries, select View glossaries. The Google NMT and AutoML glossaries popup is displayed. In it, you see:

  • Unidirectional glossaries displaying the following information:

    • Glossary name.

    • Source language.

    • Target language.

  • Equivalent term sets section displaying the following information:

    • Glossary name.

    • Languages.

Use OpenAI GPT

Important

The OpenAI GPT MT is in Beta.

Valid values:

  • cleared – to disable OpenAI GPT for the relevant customer projects.

  • selected – to enable OpenAI GPT for the relevant customer projects.

    When you select this option, the OpenAI GPT login data parameter is displayed.

From the OpenAI GPT login data dropdown, you can select:

  • System default (default).

  • Customer specific.

    When you select this option, the API key text field is displayed. Use it to enter a specific API key for the relevant customer.

Source file preview

Enter the URL of an external system that will enable Linguists to preview the source file while working on the translation.

Use the three fields to specify a URL in the form of http://your_server.com or https://your_server.com. To activate this feature, you need to create a service with the capability to serve content based on parameters sent by XTM Cloud.

XTM Cloud automatically sends the following parameters to the service:

  • fileName.

  • srcLang.

  • tgtLang.

  • projectName.

  • projectId.

The fileName is composed of the file path + file name. If the source file has been uploaded as one or more single files, the fileName will simply be the file name. If, however, the source file has been uploaded as a .zip file, containing a number of files, in a directory structure, the fileName is composed of the file path plus the file name.