Trados full matches not displayed
Thread poster: eva75

eva75
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Jun 23, 2005

When I open a segment, translate it and then close it and reopen it again, it is diplayed as a fuzzy match rather than a full match. As far as I know, I haven't changed the settings. Anyone know what the cause of this could be? It seems as if nothing is going into the memory as I keep having to translate the same sentences over and over again.

By the way, its Trados 6.5.


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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What penalty is shown? Jun 23, 2005

Hi Eva,
When I open a segment, translate it and then close it and reopen it again, it is diplayed as a fuzzy match rather than a full match.

What penalty/ies is/are shown in the status line of the Workbench window?

It seems as if nothing is going into the memory as I keep having to translate the same sentences over and over again.

Can you please clarify? Above you say that the segment is displayed as a fuzzy match - why would you need to translate it again?

Cheers, Ralf


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eva75
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Problem solved Jun 23, 2005

It's ok, it was the Project and Filter settings.

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