Japanese text squished in workbench
Thread poster: Marc Adler
Marc Adler
Japanese to English
Mar 22, 2005

Please see:

http://www.adlerpacific.com/honyaku/squished%20text.JPG

Trados 6.5.5.438

The Japanese text in the upper box is squished together for some reason, and runs off the side of the box to the right (even when the multiterm window is not displayed). The highlighting is also misplaced, but I suspect it would be in the right place if only the text were being displayed correctly.

I noticed that the fonts used in the upper and lower boxes are different, but I can't find where to correct this.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Marc Adler


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xxxLangaid
English to Japanese
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Did you try exporting TM? Mar 25, 2005

I've had this problem too, and remember that TUs looked fine in Edit window. I don't know what really is the cause of this problem, but in my case, creating a new TM and importing the export file fixed it all.

I hope it works for you too.


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