Using generic languages in Multiterm
Thread poster: KSL Berlin

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May 7, 2005

I recently set up a new termbase in Multiterm iX and thought I was being terribly clever by creating both generic and sub-language categories for English in order to keep British and American terminology sorted out and use the generic category for terms that are used in both languages. When working on an EN-US project with Trados workbench, however, I discovered that terms in the superordinate category are NOT displayed. Any suggestions on how to make this work? I tried browsing the Trados Knowledge Base and came up with nada.

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