How to delete source phrases that I don't need anymore?

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    Keller (Edited )
    1. Go to "Phrases"
    2. Select the checkbox(es) next to the phrase(s) that you'd like to delete.
    3. Click "Delete"
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    Mariela Haley

    Once your project is set up, adding languages is easy. Just click the Add Language button in the language overview. After adding the language you can immediately start translating content for this new language. New languages can also be added by uploading localization files that contain new languages you did not already set up in your project. acesetm

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    Lisa Fane

    That was so amazing thanks for that. 

     

     

     

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    Brandon Harper

    On the Document Elements tab, under References, click Manage. , and then click Citation Source Manager. In the Current list, select the source that you want to remove, and then click Delete.




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    Gordon Hyde (Edited )

    To delete source phrases that you don't need anymore, follow these steps:

    Log in to your translation software or platform.
    Locate the source phrase you want to delete.
    Click on the "Delete" or "Trash" button.
    Confirm the deletion.
    Repeat the process for any other source phrases you want to delete.
    Note: Be cautious when deleting source phrases as they may be used in previous translations or affect the translation memory. Consider archiving instead of deleting to keep a record of previous work. 

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    Oscar555

    To delete source phrases that you no longer need, you can follow these general steps:

    1. Access the localization tool or platform: Open the localization tool or platform where you manage your source phrases and translations. This could be a translation management system, localization software, or any other tool you use for managing localization resources.

    2. Locate the source phrases: Navigate to the section or module where the source phrases are stored. This could be a specific project, file, or database.

    3. Identify the phrases to delete: Review the source phrases and identify the ones you no longer need. This could be based on changes in the application, updated content, or any other reason that renders the phrases obsolete.

    4. Select the phrases: Depending on the functionality of your localization tool or platform, you may be able to select multiple phrases at once or need to delete them individually. Select the phrases you want to remove.

    5. Delete the phrases: Once the phrases are selected, look for the delete option or delete button within your localization tool or platform. Click on it to remove the selected source phrases.

    6. Confirm the deletion: Some platforms may ask for confirmation before deleting the phrases. Make sure to review the confirmation prompt and proceed with the deletion if you are certain that the phrases are no longer needed.

    7. Save or update the changes: After deleting the source phrases, save or update the changes in your localization tool or platform to reflect the removal of the phrases.

    Please note that the exact steps and options may vary depending on the specific localization tool or platform you are using. Refer to the documentation or support resources provided by your localization tool or platform for detailed instructions on deleting source phrases. KMFusa

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    foxdealer

    To delete source phrases in Onesky, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to your Onesky account and go to the project where the source phrase you want to delete is located.

    2. Click on the "Source" tab to view all the source phrases in the project.

    3. Find the source phrase you want to delete and click on it to open its details.

    4. Click on the "Delete" button at the bottom of the page.

    5. Confirm that you want to delete the source phrase by clicking on "OK" in the pop-up window.

    6. The source phrase will now be deleted from the project.

    Note that deleting a source phrase will also delete any translations associated with it, so make sure you no longer need the phrase before deleting it.

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    davidpay

    Deleting source phrases that you no longer need in a translation management system, like OneSky, typically involves navigating to the specific project or resource file where the phrases are located and then removing them. Here's a general guide on how to delete source phrases in OneSky or similar platforms:

    1. Log into Your OneSky Account: Ensure you are logged into your OneSky account and have access to the project or resource file containing the phrases you want to delete.

    2. Access the Project or Resource File: Navigate to the project or resource file that contains the source phrases you wish to delete. Depending on your project's structure, you may find your phrases in different places, such as a specific project folder or a resource file.

    3. Locate the Source Phrases: Within the project or resource file, locate the source phrases you want to delete. These phrases are typically listed in a table or list format, making it easy to identify them.

    4. Select the Phrases to Delete: Check the checkboxes or select the source phrases you want to delete. Most translation management systems provide checkboxes or selection options next to each phrase to mark them for deletion.

    5. Delete the Selected Phrases: After selecting the phrases you wish to delete, look for a "Delete" or "Remove" button or option. This button is often located at the top or bottom of the list of source phrases.

    6. Confirm the Deletion: In some systems, you may be prompted to confirm the deletion before the phrases are permanently removed. Confirm the action if necessary.

    7. Review and Save: Once the source phrases are deleted, review the remaining phrases and save your changes. Make sure that the deletion of phrases does not disrupt the context or structure of your project.

    8. Update Translations (if applicable): If you have translations associated with the deleted source phrases, you may need to update or adjust the translations accordingly. Deleting source phrases can affect the synchronization between source and translated content.

    9. Check for Dependencies: If the source phrases you want to delete are used in other parts of your project, be cautious about potential dependencies. Deleting a source phrase that is referenced elsewhere may cause issues. Review your project to ensure that there are no unexpected consequences.

    10. Backup Data (optional): If you are concerned about accidental deletions or data loss, consider creating a backup of your project or resource file before deleting any source phrases. This way, you can restore the data if needed.

    It's important to be cautious when deleting source phrases, especially if your project involves translations, as it can impact the consistency and completeness of your content. Always double-check your selections and consider the implications of the deletions before proceeding. ezpass ma

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    jobh

    It seems like you're referring to a specific tool or platform where you're working with "source phrases." Without more context, I'll provide a general answer, but keep in mind that the steps may vary based on the specific application or software you're using.

    If you're working with source phrases in a text editor, translation tool, or any other software, here are some general steps you can follow to delete them:

    1. Select the Text:

      • Use your mouse or keyboard to highlight the source phrases you want to delete.
    2. Delete Key:

      • Once the text is selected, press the "Delete" key on your keyboard.
    3. Cut and Paste:

      • Alternatively, you can use the "Cut" command (usually Ctrl + X on Windows or Command + X on Mac) to remove the selected text and then paste it where needed or leave it empty.
    4. Context Menu:

      • Right-click on the selected text and look for options like "Delete" or "Cut" in the context menu.

    If you're working within a specific tool or platform, please provide more details about the environment you're in so I can give you more accurate instructions. If it's a translation tool, text editor, or another type of software, knowing the name of the tool will help me provide more specific guidance.

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    olivia paul

    OneSky is a translation management platform that allows users to collaborate on translations. If you want to delete source phrases in OneSky, follow these general steps:

    1. Log In to OneSky:

      • Open your web browser and go to the OneSky website.
      • Log in to your OneSky account.
    2. Access Your Project:

      • Navigate to the specific project where you want to delete source phrases.
    3. Go to the Translation Interface:

      • Enter the translation interface for the selected project.
    4. Locate the Source Phrase:

      • Find the source phrase you want to delete. This might involve navigating through the different strings or segments in your project.
    5. Delete the Source Phrase:

      • Look for a delete or remove option associated with the source phrase. This might be represented by a trash bin icon, a delete button, or an option in a menu.
      • Click on the delete option to remove the source phrase.
    6. Confirm Deletion:

      • If prompted, confirm that you want to delete the source phrase.
    7. Save Changes:

      • Save your changes to ensure that the deleted source phrases are removed from the project.

    Please note that the exact steps might vary slightly depending on the version of the OneSky platform you are using, as software platforms often receive updates and changes over time.

    If you encounter difficulties or if the steps provided here don't match the current version of OneSky you are using, consider checking the OneSky documentation or contacting OneSky support for specific guidance tailored to the platform's features and interface at the time of your use.

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    Richel John

    Here are general steps that may help you delete source phrases in OneSky:

    1. Login to OneSky:

      • Access the OneSky platform and log in to your account using your credentials.
    2. Open Your Project:

      • Navigate to the specific project for which you want to delete source phrases.
    3. Go to the Phrases or Strings Section:

      • Locate the section where you manage phrases or strings within the project. This might be labeled as "Phrases," "Strings," or something similar.
    4. Select Source Phrases:

      • Look for an option to view or manage source phrases. It might be presented in a table or list format.
    5. Choose Phrases to Delete:

      • Select the source phrases you want to delete. This might involve checkboxes or some other selection mechanism.
    6. Delete or Remove:

      • Look for a "Delete" or "Remove" option. It could be a button, a dropdown menu, or an action available after selecting the phrases.
    7. Confirm Deletion:

      • If prompted, confirm that you want to delete the selected source phrases. Be cautious, as this action may be irreversible.
    8. Save Changes:

      • After deletion, ensure to save any changes you've made. 
         
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    carledirect

    To delete source phrases that you no longer need from a translation memory (TM) or a localization platform, you typically need to follow the specific procedures provided by the software or service you are using. Based on the search results provided, here are general steps that are commonly used in different translation and localization platforms:

    1. Log in to your translation software or platform.
    2. Locate the source phrase you want to delete. This could be within a project, a translation memory, or a list of strings/phrases.
    3. Click on the "Delete" or "Trash" button. This might be directly next to the phrase or in an options menu.
    4. Confirm the deletion. Some platforms may ask you to confirm that you want to delete the phrase to prevent accidental deletions.

    For example, according to OneSky, you can delete source phrases by logging into your account, locating the phrase, and clicking the "Delete" or "Trash" button (OneSky).

    Please note that the exact steps can vary depending on the software or service you are using. It's important to consult the specific documentation or help resources for the platform you are working with to ensure that you follow the correct procedure for deleting source phrases. If you're unsure or cannot find the delete option, reaching out to the support team of the service can provide you with the assistance you need.

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    Saundra Hathaway

    Not much I can do right now to help you, but I can say for sure that Articulate is working on this.

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    NJMCDirect Support

    To delete source phrases that you no longer need, you can follow these steps:

    1. Navigate to the location where the source phrases are stored. This could be within a document, spreadsheet, or any other platform you're using for translation or content management.

    2. Identify the specific source phrases that you want to delete. You may want to review the context or relevance of each phrase before proceeding with deletion.

    3. Select the source phrases that you wish to remove. This can typically be done by clicking on the phrases or using a selection tool provided by the platform.

    4. Once the phrases are selected, look for an option or button that allows you to delete them. This option is often represented by a trash bin icon or a "delete" button.

    5. Confirm the deletion action when prompted. Some platforms may ask for confirmation to ensure that you don't accidentally delete important content.

    6. After confirmation, the selected source phrases should be permanently removed from the system.

    It's important to exercise caution when deleting source phrases, especially if they are part of a larger document or project. Double-checking your selections and reviewing the impact of deletion can help prevent unintended consequences.

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    MYBKExperience Survey

    To delete source phrases that you no longer need, you can follow these steps:

    1. Navigate to the location where the source phrases are stored. This could be within a document, spreadsheet, or any other platform you're using for translation or content management.

    2. Identify the specific source phrases that you want to delete. You may want to review the context or relevance of each phrase before proceeding with deletion.

    3. Select the source phrases that you wish to remove. This can typically be done by clicking on the phrases or using a selection tool provided by the platform. mybkexperience survey

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    Samul Josh

    Certainly! Here are the steps to delete source phrases that you no longer need, organized by the context of use:

    In a Translation Management System (TMS)

    SDL Trados

    1. Open SDL Trados Studio.
    2. Go to the Translation Memories view:
      • Navigate to Translation Memories in the main menu.
    3. Open the specific Translation Memory (TM):
      • Select the TM you want to edit and open it.
    4. Search for the Source Phrase:
      • Use the search function within the TM to locate the phrase you want to delete.
    5. Delete the Entry:
      • Right-click on the entry in the results list and select Delete.
      • Confirm the deletion.

    MemoQ

    1. Open MemoQ.
    2. Navigate to Translation Memories:
      • Go to the Project Home tab and select Translation Memories.
    3. Select the Translation Memory (TM):
      • Choose the TM where the phrase is stored.
    4. Search for the Source Phrase:
      • Use the search box to find the specific phrase.
    5. Delete the Entry:
      • Select the entry and click on Delete.
      • Confirm the deletion.

    In Text Editors or IDEs

    Visual Studio Code

    1. Open the File:
      • Open the file containing the source phrases in Visual Studio Code.
    2. Find the Source Phrase:
      • Press Ctrl + F (Windows/Linux) or Cmd + F (Mac) to open the find dialog.
      • Enter the phrase you want to delete.
    3. Delete the Phrase:
      • Manually delete the phrase if it appears once.
      • For multiple occurrences, use Ctrl + Shift + L (Windows/Linux) or Cmd + Shift + L (Mac) to select all occurrences and delete them simultaneously.

    Sublime Text

    1. Open the File:
      • Open the file containing the source phrases in Sublime Text.
    2. Find the Source Phrase:
      • Press Ctrl + F (Windows/Linux) or Cmd + F (Mac) to open the find dialog.
      • Enter the phrase you want to delete.
    3. Delete the Phrase:
      • Manually delete the phrase if it appears once.
      • Use Alt + F3 (Windows/Linux) or Ctrl + Cmd + G (Mac) to select all occurrences and delete them.
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    Identify Unused Source Phrases

    Before deleting any source phrases, it’s essential to identify which ones are no longer in use. There are several methods to achieve this:

    2. Backup Your Codebase

    Before making any changes, ensure you have a complete backup of your codebase. This is crucial to prevent data loss in case something goes wrong. You can use version control systems like Git to create a branch or a backup:

     

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