More Term Recognition Problems
Thread poster: Owen owenfw

Owen owenfw
Local time: 23:08
Finnish to English
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Jun 23, 2010

To start off, yes I have the most recent version of Java. I have also rebooted my computer and have the LaunchStudio.bat file. I never use any of the 2007 products, or haven't in months anyway. The only change I've made recently is that I rebuilt my autosuggest dictionary to include recent content. I am only working with two languages, and always the same variants. All of my termbase and TM languages match.

Now, after creating a new project with a single Word document, Autosuggest is working but not Term Recognition. Termbase Search doesn't work either. The Termbase Viewer is visible though and I can browse it.

If I add a new term, Java fires up (the icon appears on the task bar). After this, Termbase Search works, but still not Term Recognition.

I'm running Windows 7 67 bit.

Any thoughts?


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Owen owenfw
Local time: 23:08
Finnish to English
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Fixed it Jun 24, 2010

Here is how I fixed it.

First, I reinstalled Trados. The install initially failed at the Java setup. I Googled the error and found that to fix it I needed to clear my Internet Explorer temporary cache (which is weird since I don't use IE, but maybe Firefox shares the same directory...don't care to look this up). Then the install worked. Reinstalled Multiterm also.

Now term recognition works.


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