Maurizia Vucci Italy Local time: 08:58 Member (2004) German to Italian + ...
Apr 20, 2004
I am working with Transit XV Workstation.
I have received a new project for a translation from German to Italian but I have some problems with the dictionary.
When I open a language pair, some of the words of the text are highlighted in red (as if they were present in the dictionary).
But if I search for them in the dictionary, I do not find them. The italian translation is not present (in TermStar the Italian field is empty), but I know that there should be an English or French translation for it.
The command "insert term from dictionary" is grey and I cannot use it.
The dictionary is multilingual and I would like to see not only the translations in Italian but also the translations in other languages.
Does any body know why this happens?
In Transit, under Options > Profile > Settings > TermStar General Settings
the box "All available languages" is checked.
Thanks in advance
[Edited at 2004-04-21 05:20]
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