AutoScript to Eclipse or Case Catalyst

AutoScript to Eclipse or Case Catalyst

Your ASR job has been created in AutoScript Web and is ready for editing. But how do you get it into your favorite CAT software for editing?

If you haven't already, download and install the AutoScript Desktop (ASD) application using the button at the bottom left in your AutoScript Web (ASW) dashboard. Then:
  • Click the "Open in AutoScript Desktop" button for the job in ASW (it looks like a computer monitor, and it says "Open in AutoScript Desktop" when you hover over it.
  • Click Okay when your browser asks about opening ASD.
  • ASD will open and display the Importing from Web dialog. Give the job a name and click [OK].
  • The Layouts Library displays. Select the "default" Layout and click [Apply Layout to this Job].
  • Click [No] on the Warning dialog.
  • Wait a few moments while the ASR text is imported.
  • Click the "CAT System Export" button at the top.
  • Browse to the location where you want to save the file, enter a file name, and click [Save].
That's it. You can now import the zip file you just created in Eclipse or Case Catalyst

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