Tageditor - 'segments' not being saved into TM
Thread poster: xxxStrastran
xxxStrastran
France
Local time: 22:16
French to English
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Mar 11, 2008

Hi all

I'm sure there's a very simple solution to this - well I hope so in any case.

I have created a new TM with which I'm translating lots of Powerpoint files in Tageditor, but I've noticed that none of the terms or sentences from the files I've already finished are in the TM when I do a search.

Is there a box somewhere I have to tick?

Any help appreciated, thanks.


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Renée van Bijsterveld  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 22:16
Member (2007)
English to Dutch
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Change Concordance setting? Mar 12, 2008

Hi,
Are you sure no segments are saved? You can check this by doing an export of the TM and opening it in Notepad: you have to scroll down some pages to the translated segments.
Maybe no segments turn up when doing a concordance search because the Minimum match value for Concordance search is set to low (translation memory options > Concordance). For instance capitalization makes a sentence seamingly disappear: if you have a sentence all in capitals, the same sentence in lower case will not be recognized.


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