How to stop auto correct
Thread poster: Barbara L Pavlik

Barbara L Pavlik  Identity Verified
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Jun 12, 2013

v.2.14.05.6121 - x64 Professional

How do I get Fluency to stop auto-correcting my target text? The same word doesn't always mean the same thing, and not only does it "correct" the same word in subsequent segments, but it also does the same for previous segments that I've already tranlated, undoing my work, even though I have unchecked "auto correct target text."


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Bernard Lieber  Identity Verified
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Fluency 2010 Jun 12, 2013

Hi Barbara,

Translation Memories -> Preferences -> General Settings -> Use Spell Check, uncheck. This issue may also be related to Prompt me before updating all identical segments being unchecked.

HTH,

Bernard


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Barbara L Pavlik  Identity Verified
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Thanks Jun 12, 2013

Thanks, Bernard. I knew I had seen that box before, (prompt me before updating all identical segments) but I just didn't know where to find it.

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