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Workbench Alzheimers: for some reason matches I know are there are not coming up.
Thread poster: Arnaud HERVE

Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
France
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Dec 30, 2002

Hi,



I am working on the new version of a user guide, with a Trados TM from another translator.

The TM shows 100% from the other translator in green ok, but doesn\'t re-propose to me the translations I have done myself.

I am annoyed because the text is repetitive and I could gain hours.



Any idea?


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
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Multiple 100% matches enabled? Dec 30, 2002

If you haven\'t changed anything, you won\'t see a change - but have you checked if the TM supports multiple 100% matches? (Check under the TM properties.)

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Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
France
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You might be right Dec 30, 2002

In File/Properties, multiple translations says no.

Do you think that is the problem, and if yes how can I change that?


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lisa23
Germany
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Set up new TM Dec 31, 2002

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On 2002-12-30 23:45, aherve wrote:

In File/Properties, multiple translations says no.

Do you think that is the problem, and if yes how can I change that?





If it is the problem, you can only change this feature by creating a new TM and activating the check box in the set-up dialog. Then you have to export and import the translation memory you need. When a 100 % match occurs in your translation, you have the option of changing the match and adding a new translation unit (this \"adding\" is important, since otherwise you will change the translation and not save \"multiple translations\". When the sentence occurs again, you can scroll through the 100 % matches using the arrow buttons. The details are explained in the Trados help file.



Regards, Lisa

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Maria Asis  Identity Verified
Spain
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Did you try to reorganise? Dec 31, 2002

Dear Arnaud,



The same has happened to me a few days ago!

But I got to solve the problem with a Reorganisation (File ---> Reorganise).



Just try it if you haven\'t tried it yet! Hope it works!



All the best for the New Year!



Maria José


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Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
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Dear Maria... Dec 31, 2002

... you have a much prettier face than that horrible caveman Ralf Lemster

So it is to you that I kiss a happy new year too in the name of all the others.


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Thanks, matey... Dec 31, 2002

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On 2002-12-31 15:03, aherve wrote:

... you have a much prettier face than that horrible caveman Ralf Lemster



I guess I needed that one today...



Bonne nouvelle année!

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Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
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Bonne année aussi Dec 31, 2002

Désolé je fais de l\'humour dès que je suis fatigué.

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