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Transit 3.0 - slow, other problems
Thread poster: rporlan

rporlan
Spain
Local time: 10:31
Member (2007)
English to Spanish
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Jul 28, 2001

Does anyone now how to avoid Transit 3.0 swallowing up all system resources, when files are big, and reference files are quite a few? (I\'m talking about a 27,000 word file). It takes ages for me to go from one segment to the following one. Apart from that, isn\'t there somewhere out there a function similar to the one the F3 function key performs in Trados? I don\'t seem to be able to look for terms that have been already translated within the fuzzy matches or the reference material; I can only find them when the fuzzy matches have the mercy of showing them...

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