Studio Termbase Search Order
Thread poster: Susanne Rieg

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Feb 9, 2011

I always have around 4-5 different Multiterm Termbases open in a project.
If I select "Search hierachically until a matching term is found"
or "Search all termbases sequentially and group results by termbase"
I get exactly the same view of results in Term Recognition.
If this is not a bug, could someone tell my how to get these two settings to deliver different sorting views?

In fact, what I am missing (and expected "Search hierachically until a matching term is found" to do) is to have Studio FIRST list all hits from my FIRST (PRIORITY 1) TB. This is usually the client specific TB and I need to make sure I am not missing any of these terms.

The way it currently works is that Studio will start with the TB in which THE FIRST TERM in a segement is found. If terms from the FIRST TB in the list appear later in the segment, they may be way down the list, and I need to scroll through the list to find them.

Any workarounds other than just using one small TB??


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