Very slow reaction when adding terms to termbase
Thread poster: Phil Hand

Phil Hand  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 18:41
Chinese to English
Oct 16, 2013

When adding terms with ctrl+F2, it takes a long time for the termbase window to pop up - right now it's taking more than a minute. Haven't noticed this problem before. Does anyone know if it's an update issue or what?

 

Dominique Pivard  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:41
Finnish to French
Same problem reported on the Yahoo mailing list Oct 16, 2013

Such slowness has been reported in a thread labeled Studio 2014: Is there a way to speed up adding a term to project termbase in the Editor view? on the Yahoo mailing list:

http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/TW_users/conversations/topics/65966


 

Phil Hand  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 18:41
Chinese to English
TOPIC STARTER
Thanks Oct 16, 2013

I think there's already been a thread about it on here, too, though I can't find it at the moment.

I've just updated my Java, so I was wondering if it's that. It's making my termbase unusable at the moment.


 

David Sch
Ecuador
Local time: 05:41
Dutch to German
Undock term base window Mar 14, 2019

For the case anybody still reads this thread, I found a solution for this problem:

- Undock the term base window so that it is an indipendent window
- Change the layout of that window to "Flags layout"
- Unpin that window so that it is in the background

This worked for me.


 


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