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Thread poster: Emma Hradecka

Emma Hradecka  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
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English to Czech
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Apr 12, 2009

Hi, I have started discovering various ProZ feature and decided to compile My glossary. However, with some terms I forgot to select the name of the particularly glossary before saving, thus implying they're not part of any glossary at all. When I wanted to correct my mistake, I get this error message: No term was found or the glossary owner has chosen not to show the term. Obviously, I'm doing something wrong. Anyone can come up with any advice. Thank you.

 

LP Schumacher  Identity Verified
Germany
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Member
German to English
Support Ticket Apr 14, 2009

Emma Hradecka wrote:
When I wanted to correct my mistake, I get this error message: No term was found or the glossary owner has chosen not to show the term.


I haven't experienced this problem before, so I can't really offer any advice. I would just suggest submitting a Support Ticket, in case this is something that needs to be dealt with from the site's end.


 

Emma Hradecka  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 19:03
English to Czech
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Thanks Apr 14, 2009

I'll try that.

 


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