Hi! I use just one Termbase for EN>IT, IT>En, FR>IT and IT>FR.
I just noticed that when opening a new Word file to translate it from IT to FR (and only in this combination) the term recognition suggests the same source word as a target word (i.e. a couple of identical words), as if it were able to recognize that a source word is in the termbase, but it gives the very same source word as a suggestion!
I tried to (sort of) change indexes in the termbase and to restard Trados, but the problem is still there.
And it strangely happens only with IT>Fr files, and not with my other three combinations!?!
Any help would be much appreciated...
I just solved the problem after many attempts: both indexes were set on Italian, and that is why the suggestion was the same as the source text. IT was the first time I used the combination IT>Fr, and evidently this was the default solution.
[Edited at 2013-05-09 13:51 GMT]
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