Lingo 4.0 information or experience
Thread poster: Andrew Rennison

Andrew Rennison
Local time: 01:23
German to English
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Feb 26, 2009

Hi one and all,

I've been tinkering with a test version of Lexicool's Lingo 4.0 and find it fairly useful although its function is largely covered by Wordfast.

I was just wondering if people have any working experience with the program, in particular with regard to speed of searches when a lot of glossaries and/or large glossaries are imported.
The test version only allows 200 entries with each glossary so I can't assess the search speed of some of my larger glossaries. And speed is of course the essence when it comes to searches.
Just out of interest - does anyone know if there is a limit as to the number of entries a glossary can have with this program?

Thanks for any information you can put my way.

Regards,

Andy.


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Sebastian Abbo
Local time: 01:23
French to English
Some technical details regarding Lingo 4.0 Terminology Management system Mar 4, 2009

Maximum number of entries per dictionary: no limit, but file size is limited to 2 gigabytes (2 gigabytes = approx. 10 million standard bilingual entries)

Maximum number of languages/categories per dictionary: 200

Maximum length of text in each dictionary entry: no limit

Search speed tests using one dictionary containing 100,000 entries:

Recent computer (Windows Vista, Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz): 2.0 seconds
Older computer (Windows 2000, Intel Pentium III 800 mHz): 5.5 seconds

Don't hesitate to contact us via the lexicool.com online comments form if you need any other information.

Regards,

Sebastian Abbo
www.lexicool.com


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