Hi all, when I translate Mediawiki pages into FR, sometimes in the suggestion frame, an Apertium proposal appears. I rarely use that because it is often far from the usual use and make me smile although I recognize it holds the idea of the text.
To make things in an intelligent way I wonder if it is not worth clicking on this text to bring it back in the main frame and then correct/adapt it. Is there a learning process behind that ? I mean receiving the translated text and returning it corrected can feed a function of amelioration for further translations.
...or is that only a one way mechanism ? and in this case it is worth to translate directly on the flow without referring to the suggestion.