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MultiTerm: using 2 termbases and term recognition
Thread poster: Sebastijan Pilko
Sebastijan Pilko  Identity Verified
Slovenia
Local time: 08:04
English to Slovenian
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Oct 4, 2007

Hi all!

I have a small problem and I hope you can help me resolve it.

I have 2 different termbases, one it with 3000+ entries and is meant only as a reference for translators. The other one is with 10+ entries and translators add terms into this new one.

I have a problem that term recognition seems to be working but only shows translation for a termbase marked "default".

For example:

Termbase 1 (default)
Termbase 2

In term recogition window I get:

Termbase 1: ORIGINAL WORD / TRANSLATION
Termbase 2: ORIGINAL WORD / EMPTY FIELD

If I change the default status, then:

Termbase 2: ORIGINAL WORD / TRANSLATION
Termbase 1: ORIGINAL WORD / EMPTY FIELD

This is rather annoying because you can add translations into the new database but in ths case you dont see translation in the term recognition window.

Any ideas?

Kind regards,
Sebastijan


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