With multiple glossaries, how do I know if a term belongs to one or another glossary?
Thread poster: sardiniangir (X)

sardiniangir (X)
Italy
Local time: 06:18
English to Italian
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Sep 8, 2011

Hi,

Wordfast 2.4.2
Macintosh OS X version 10.6.8

I use multiple TMs and multiple glossaries. While the TM shows the TM name for multiple matches, I haven't figured out yet how to know if a term comes from one or another glossary.

I use my personal glossary and glossaries sent by the clients. When I have multiple matches, the table that appears shows all the target terms and the description only. It would be very helpful to know what term comes from w
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Hi,

Wordfast 2.4.2
Macintosh OS X version 10.6.8

I use multiple TMs and multiple glossaries. While the TM shows the TM name for multiple matches, I haven't figured out yet how to know if a term comes from one or another glossary.

I use my personal glossary and glossaries sent by the clients. When I have multiple matches, the table that appears shows all the target terms and the description only. It would be very helpful to know what term comes from where.
Is there a way?
Cheers
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Claire Cox
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:18
French to English
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Different colours Sep 8, 2011

The different glossaries should come up in different colours, which you can change if the default colours don't suit. As I remember, when you set up the TM/glossaries at the start, it shhows you what colour each glossary appears in on the set-up screen. I think you can change them in Pandora's Box. This applies to Classic of course - I assume that's what you're using?

Hope this helps,

Claire


 

Jean Lachaud  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 00:18
English to French
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Wf 2.4.2 is NOT WfC Sep 8, 2011

There indeed does not seem to be any color setting for glossaries in WfPro.

 

sardiniangir (X)
Italy
Local time: 06:18
English to Italian
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TOPIC STARTER
still lost among glossaries Oct 28, 2011

I urge the WFpro team to lend me a hand here. I have my large glossary and the client's, which is typically very poor. Having to open the txt files to check which is which it really defeats the purpose of having a translation tool. It would save me an enormous amount of time ...
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