Workbench 2007. Background colour is purple
Thread poster: David Rumsey

David Rumsey  Identity Verified
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Apr 4, 2012

Hi there. I'm working in Workbench 2007. Most of the time I familiar with segments with a green background (i.e. 100% match with TM) and yellow (i.e. fuzzy match or no-match), but what about text with a purple background? What does this mean?

 

LEXpert  Identity Verified
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What does the TWB window say? Apr 4, 2012

Are you talking about the background color of the segment when using Workbench in Word or TagEditor? You could try looking at the actual Translator's Workbench window itself - it should say at the bottom left somewhere in the status bar what kind of match it is - 100%, partial etc.

 

David Rumsey  Identity Verified
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Target segment is populated with a purple background. Says 100% Apr 4, 2012

The target segment is populated with a purple background and it says 100% in the Workbench window, but it also says 100% when the populated segment has a green background - which is the one I'm more familiar with. Just wondering if there is a different kind of 100%.

 


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