Issue of terminology match in Wordfast Pro
Thread poster: transmixer

transmixer  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 07:04
English to Chinese
+ ...
Sep 1, 2010

I'm using WFP 2.4.0.1, and find the terminology match is sometimes really annoying.

It's not possible to force the program give a perfect match when there are several initial letters the same between two words.

For example, for the words "China" and "Chile", we can distinguish one from another immediately based on different ending letters, but WFP will always prompt a confirming box, which is completely unnecessary.

I've searched all options in the preferences, but it seems that there's no one that controls this.

Is it possible to config WFP and tell it to find exactly matched terms first and then fuzzy result?


 

Yasmin Moslem  Identity Verified
Egypt
Local time: 01:04
English to Arabic
Requested Sep 1, 2010

transmixer wrote:

Is it possible to config WFP and tell it to find exactly matched terms first and then fuzzy result?


This has been already requested to be implemented in next versions.

Many thanks for your feedback!


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Best regards,
Yasmin Moslem

Wordfast Support Team
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