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Have KudoZ glossary search fewer than three letters (T)
Thread poster: Kim Metzger

Kim Metzger  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 17:36
German to English
Jul 3, 2003

The other day someone wanted to know what the German abbreviation HS
stands for. It turns out that the question had been answered before
but the translation could not be retrieved because the search engine
will not accept queries with fewer than three letters. There are a lot of two-letter abbreviations that have been entered in the glossary and can't be found. Is there any way to program the search engine to accept two-letter abbreviations?


[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-02-02 21:35]


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
Chile
Local time: 20:36
Member (2002)
Spanish to French
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I second your request Kim Jul 4, 2003

I've seen you asking for that in several places. It's not urgent but it would be useful.

So, as Ralf says
If it can be implemented without tying up resources


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