Other users working on the same job will not have access to it. Login History Login History Administrators and Project Managers can view and/or download 3 months of login history for all users. Warning lights on channelizing devices used in a series shall be steady-burn. Human Translation Engines See the Human Translation Engines page for more details.
Minimum element «on time» shall be 50 percent for the flashing mode and equal intervals of 25 percent for each sequential phase. Extremely hazardous site conditions within temporary traffic control zones may require that the lights be effective in daylight as well as dark. This is already supported but needs to be enabled by Frontlab. Power Source The PCMS shall be equipped with a power source and a battery back-up to provide continuing operation when failure of the primary power source occurs. The END DETOUR sign (M4-8a or M4-8b) may be used to indicate that the detour has ended. The SRX file provides many more customization options. It is recommended to first download the default SRX file for the selected language via the Export XLSX/SRX button under Setup > Segmentation and create a new one by modifying it.
Term bases are offered as relevant during the selection process when the TB and the project share any of these: Client Domain Subdomain Selecting Term Bases with different locales Memsource allows for adding TB to a project with the same language but a different locale. This role is recorded in the linguist user’s profile and the next time a project manager is in the process of assigning linguists to a job, the linguists who were used for a specific workflow step previously, will be offered as relevant. Create new or list existing connection via OAuth 2.0. For creating new connection, the «Redirect URI» from user’s application is needed. Type B high-intensity flashing warning lights are normally mounted on advance warning signs or on independent supports. Consideration should be given to fog or snow areas, severe roadway curvature, and usually cluttered environments.