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MultiTerm - no terminology hits in Workbench subwindow, anyone?
Thread poster: Wojciech Froelich

Wojciech Froelich  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 09:41
English to Polish
Jan 5, 2009

Environment:
- Windows Vista Home Premium EN (32-bit)
- Office 2003 Small Business EN (with Proofing Tools)
- Trados 2007 and MultiTerm 2007 (all the latest builds)

Symptoms:
- Workbench subdialog not showing terminology hits
- selecting the term in Workench dialog and searching in MultiTerm displays the MultiTerm dialog with hits
- selecting the same term in Workbench dialog and doing fuzzy-search in MultiTerm gives "No matching terms" error

Tried all possible Java setups. Anyone?

[Edited at 2009-01-05 11:43 GMT]


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Grzegorz Gryc  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:41
French to Polish
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User rights... UAC... Jan 5, 2009

Wojciech Froelich wrote:

Environment:
- Windows Vista Home Premium EN (32-bit)
- Office 2003 Small Business EN (with Proofing Tools)
- Trados 2007 and MultiTerm 2007 (all the latest builds)

Symptoms:
- Workbench subdialog not showing terminology hits
- selecting the term in Workench dialog and searching in MultiTerm displays the MultiTerm dialog with hits
- selecting the same term in Workbench dialog and doing fuzzy-search in MultiTerm gives "No matching terms" error

Tried all possible Java setups. Anyone?


On XP, this kind of comportment was due to insufficient acces rights to the MT termbases and to the MT data folder.

As Multiterm is... ehm... not 100% compatible with Vista because of the stupid bastard who decided to put the Multiterm data in the All Users branch approx. 10 years ago, you may try to:
1) disable UAC in Vista (a restart needed)
2) if necessary, elevate the user rights for the Multiterm subflolder of the Users\All Users branch.
3) (re)create the fuzzy index in MT.

HTH.

BTW.
The gray kitty is getting internal

Cheers
GG


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