MultiTerm Extract only shows 1 Source Character (Chinese) from ALL extractions. How to fix?
Thread poster: Prof Projex

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Aug 3, 2008

I'm playing around with Extract trying to see if it would actually be useful for Chinese text. I've read it's useless for non euro and unicode languages. I've taken a pretty small TM used with a .tts Chinese to English project, and tried to create a bilingual project from it. Half the stuff that loaded up in the source where English words like: font, cstyle, character, e, infl, alt, etc. And the Chinese stuff that appeared only showed 1 character... the English translation would most likely be right if the rest of the Chinese showed up, but the entire source column only shows one character per row. I can't find any settings that might affect this option either. Does anyone have any idea this can be fixed? Thanks for any suggestions.

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MultiTerm Extract only shows 1 Source Character (Chinese) from ALL extractions. How to fix?

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