Autocomplete feature in Across
Thread poster: Selcuk Akyuz

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Feb 15, 2010

Today I was looking at the new documentation and I discovered a new feature in Across version 5: Autocomplete. AFAIK, it is a new feature included with one of the service packs.

Well, I guess this is more than MS Word's autocomplete but something like SDL Trados Studio's autosuggest feature. I hope users of both programs (Studio and Across) can compare them. Which one is better? And, is Autocomplete a free feature, or sold separately?

Selcuk


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Across support without Uwe Schwenk Feb 16, 2010

It seems that Uwe Schwenk is no more a member of ProZ.com. He was a real expert of Across and answered our questions with patience. Thanks Uwe, for all your support. I guess, from now on, we will not be able to find answers related to Across, including my question related to AutoComplete.

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