Exchanging is a process where developer or localization engineer and translator send data to each other. Sisulizer has very powerful exchange methods. There are several ways to exchange data depending on the exchange direction and translation tool that translators uses (either Sisulizer or some other tool).
The easiest and fastest way to translate a Sisulizer project is to use Sisulizer. Exchanging is very easy. You just need to send Sisulizer project file (.slp) to the translator. If translator does not have Sisulizer installed he or she can download free Sisulizer Free Edition.
You have three choices.
In case #1 and #2 translator needs to have Sisulizer installed. If he or she does not have it, a free Sisulizer Free Edition can be downloaded from Sisulizer download page.
When translator has completed the translation task he or she sends back the project file. Choose File | Exchange, click Import project file to import the file sent by the translator. You can also import project using the Import Wizard. Choose File | Import or right click column header and choose Import to start Import Wizard that lets you import translations from the file that you translator sent you.
If your translator does not use Sisulizer as a translation tool you can not use Sisulizer project file as an exchange file. Instead you must export Sisulizer project to TMX, text or Excel file, send the exported file to translator and finally import translated file back to the project.
Choose File | Export to start Export Wizard. Select the export file format and specify the properties. Send the exported file to the translator. You can also choose File | Exchange, click Export project and send exported file button and press OK to start Export Wizard.
Choose File | Import or right click column header and choose Import to start Import Wizard that lets you import translations from the file that you translator sent you.
Note! It is highly recommended that Sisulizer is used as translation tool. It is several advantages over TMX, Excel and text files such as visual editors, validations, context sensitive import/export and so on.