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Problem with bengali termbase while translating in Trados
Thread poster: Anna Konar
Anna Konar Russian Federation Local time: 07:39 English to Russian + ...
May 29, 2010
Windows Vista, Trados 2009, Multiterm 2009
I created a Bengali-Russian-English term base in Multiterm 2009 and added some terms. Then created a new project, added the mentioned term base, started translate one document (.docx) from Bengali to Russian in Trados 2009' Editor. Everything is fine with translation memory, but term base does not recognize any terms from the text though I know for sure they are present in the term base. In the window under source and target texts I can see the list of terms of the term base and I can even add new terms, but even then not previously nor newly added terms can be seen in the small window above target text. In the source text no words are noted red. When I translate texts from English into Russian and vice versa everything works fine.
The text to be translated and the terms in Multiterm base I typed with the same program "Google Bengali Input" using the same font.
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