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Source language only in Term Recognition window - help needed
Thread poster: Ofra Hod
Ofra Hod Israel Local time: 16:35 Member (2011) English to Hebrew
Mar 5, 2011
According to the documentation, when the current segment contains a term from the termbase: "The first known term is displayed in the window in the Editor view along with its translation in the target language entry in SDL MultiTerm."
The problem is that I do see the term in the Term Recognition window, but it only appears in the source language. There is nothing in the target language in this window (BTW, in the Termbase Viewer window the term appears in the two languages).
- I am using SDL Trados Studio 2009 Freelance (SP3 - 9.1.2261.3). - My source language in English and my target language is Hebrew. - I am a new user, so the explanation may well be that I am doing something stupid...
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