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Trados, yellow field lost
Thread poster: Mariela Somohano
Mariela Somohano  Identity Verified
English to Spanish
Jul 28, 2003

Could anybody please tell me how can I retrieve the yellow field (the target segment)which -I don't know how- disappeared from my text? Should I create other translation memory to work with the rest of the text?
Thanks in advance.


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Alison Schwitzgebel
France
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German to English
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Just hit "reverse action" Jul 29, 2003

I suspect that you have accidentally deleted it. Just hit "Reverse action" (or whatever it's called in English - Ctrl+Z) repeatedly until your target segment comes back.

Sometimes my segements also get messed up (and sometimes disappear) when I scroll up and down my document too fast. So I just rescroll over that section - slowly, and my segments reappear.

HTH

Alison


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Mariela Somohano  Identity Verified
English to Spanish
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Problem solved Jul 29, 2003

Alison Riddell-Kachur wrote:

I suspect that you have accidentally deleted it. Just hit "Reverse action" (or whatever it's called in English - Ctrl+Z) repeatedly until your target segment comes back.

Sometimes my segements also get messed up (and sometimes disappear) when I scroll up and down my document too fast. So I just rescroll over that section - slowly, and my segments reappear.

HTH

Alison


Thanks for your answer Alison. Since any button responded I had to use a copy of the document and start again the translation using Trados. Fortunately the same memory worked, so it has been fast because I could recover the translation.


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