Term recognition of multiple occurences of same term with Multiterm
Thread poster: Cristina Lo Bianco

Cristina Lo Bianco  Identity Verified
Italy
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Member (2008)
English to Italian
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Nov 28, 2015

Hi everybody,

I am working with Trados Studio 2014 on the translation of a patent with long segments and several terms that repeat themselves more than once in the same segment.

Multiterm recognises perfectly the first occurence of terms that are in the termbase, but always fails to recognise the same terms when they recur again in the same segment. That's a problem both from the point of view of consistency and from that of speed.

I tryed playing with the termbase settings, but apparently nothing changed.
Any advice?

Thanks in advance,
Cristina


 

Amnon Shapira  Identity Verified
Israel
Local time: 10:50
Member (2011)
English to Hebrew
how to do it! Nov 28, 2015

good morning Cristina,

go to AutoSuggest (Options tab) and clear the mark of "Hide Suggestions which have already been used".
This should do it!
Cheers


 

Cristina Lo Bianco  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 09:50
Member (2008)
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Thanks! Nov 28, 2015

Many, many thanks Amnon!

Have a nice week end,
Cristina


 


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