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"Ignore identical matches, open first less than 100% match" - I wish!
Thread poster: Marketing-Lang.
Marketing-Lang.  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 18:20
English to German
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Feb 26, 2009

Dear Prozzers,
I am working on a massive and very slow processing Open Office file in TagEditor.

I really need the function "Open Next no 100% Get [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Home]" which apparently "Ignores all identical matches and opens the first less than 100% match."

But it doesn't.

Activating this function opens the next segment, even if it is an exact 100% match.

I'm working with SDL Trados TagEditor 8.3.0.863.

Any help much appreciated - this is enough to drive you bonkers...

-Mike-


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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
Finland
Local time: 19:20
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Finnish to German
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Penalties? Feb 26, 2009

This could be the reason. Try to set penalties to zero in Transaltion Memory options.
Regards
Heinrich


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Marketing-Lang.  Identity Verified
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That's great, Heinrich... Feb 26, 2009

Thank you!
It seem to work, so I'll be having a play with this...
Regards,
-Mike-


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