Trouble with Web Term Search (Proz)
Thread poster: Pamela Avalos

Pamela Avalos
Local time: 04:32
English to Spanish
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May 19, 2014

Hi there

Is anyone else having problems with the Web Term Search? For the past week or so, when I click "search" nothing happens! I tried the same thing on Mozilla, Chrome, and IE, with the same result, so I'm fairly sure it's not a browser problem. Any suggestions?


Federica Agnetti  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:32
English to Italian
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Exactly the same trouble May 19, 2014

Hi Pamela,
I have exactly the same trouble since last Thursday.
I have just submitted a support request and are waiting for an answer...


Aaron Alder  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:32
Member (2003)
German to English
Same Trouble May 19, 2014

I called them last week and they confirmed that it was not a problem on my end. Hope it's back up and running soon.


Sayda Pineda  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 00:32
Member (2010)
English to Spanish
ProZ... please respond May 19, 2014

If ProZ is not aware yet, they should do something about it. I have no idea how to report it.

I spoke with several colleagues locally and all of them have had the same issue since last week. Our location is Western USA.

Web Term Search is an excellent tool and it is the reason I decided to support the website and joined as a paying member.

KudoZ does not make sense without this reference tool. I hope they fix it.


Maria Kopnitsky  Identity Verified
United States
Member (2011)
Bengali to Chamorro
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Issues with Web Term Search now resolved May 19, 2014

Hello all,

Thanks for reporting this. I confirm that there have been some issues with the Web Term Search page over the last few days. Those issues have now be resolved:

Hope this helps!

Best regards,



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