Studio 2009/2011: {PCT] contamination in AutoSuggest dictionary
Thread poster: Joel Earnest

Joel Earnest
Local time: 21:54
Swedish to English
Oct 20, 2011

I often get AutoSuggest hits with what I assume to be tags, such as {{PICT}} s.

Has anyone figured out how to eliminate them?


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Grzegorz Gryc  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:54
French to Polish
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It's not a bug, it's a feature... Oct 20, 2011

Joel Earnest wrote:

I often get AutoSuggest hits with what I assume to be tags, such as {{PICT}} s.

Has anyone figured out how to eliminate them?


It's not a bug, it's a feature
I.e. it's one of the flagrant Studio comportments which make no sense at all for a linguist.

The {PCT} tag is a placeholder for ponctuation marks.
If the ponctuation mark conventions are different in your source and target languages, you're SDL-ed.

It's probably possible to delete 'em using a tool like SQLite Browser but I think it makes no sense.
Too much work which will be lost if you decide to regenerate the AS dictionary.

Cheers
GG


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