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Several TDBs in MetaTexis. How to distinguish?
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Callmeaspade  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 15:25
English to Russian
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Apr 21, 2008

Possibly a stupid question and I just can't find the right checkbox...

Suppose I have several MetaTexis TDBs active in my project and have a terminology hit. The term is displayed in Scout and inserted in my translated segment, but how can I quickly determine what TDB this term belongs to? Is there an option to display TDB name for each discovered term?

Thanks in advance.


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Hermann Bruns  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:25
English to German
Click the V button Apr 21, 2008

Hi Vladimir,

currently the database name cannot be displayed in the Scout directly, I'm afraid.

You have to click the button "V" (for "View") to view the database entry. There the database name is displayed.

Best regards
Hermann


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