Have default choices for Glosspost, alphabetically, and options of all EU languages etc. (K)
Thread poster: xxxNicolette Ri

xxxNicolette Ri
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Jun 18, 2003

Some suggestions that might improve the usefulness of the GlossPost section:

1) the suggestion of JC Cantrell: "I am interested ONLY in German English or English monolingual glossaries. Would it be possible to provide a filter so that whenever I bring up a ‘search posts’ window, those choices are the default choices?
It would cut down on the search time considerably."

2) is it possible to have the obtained list sorted out alphabetically?

3) in the language list, could we have an option "all EU languages" or "EU langages", which is more specific than "many languages". I am referring here for instance to http://www.bvda.com/EN/prdctinf/en_r_s.html, a very important URL containing standard phrases for EU packagings, based on EU guidelines, or
http://europa.eu.int/comm/eurostat/research/index.htm?http://europa.eu.int/en/comm/eurostat/research/isi/index.htm&1
the statistical dictionary.

But maybe I am asking too much? In each case, thank you for this tool.


[Edited at 2003-06-18 13:16]

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