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Suggestion for a multilingual entry function for member glossaries (K)
Thread poster: Özden Arıkan

Özden Arıkan  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 23:16
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English to Turkish
Jul 1, 2003

It occurred to me while trying to build up a glossary with the local versions of geographical and royal names. In case I choose to upload this, I'll have to make several glossaries, for the current glossary feature doesn't allow me to choose more than two languages at a time. But it would have been much more practical to have all the language versions neatly put together in one glossary. I believe such a feature would be still more functional for members working with more than one language pair.

And a problem I have with the glossaries: Edit function seems to be off. Is this a temporary situation, or is it not in fact possible to edit an entry once it's made. If the latter is the case, I think it's not in line with the essential function of a glossary tool at all. I'd appreciate some staff comment on this problem as well.

All the best to all,
Xola

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-02-02 21:37]


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