Document analysis
Thread poster: Liny

Liny  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Mar 26, 2013

Hi all,

when analyzing a document before translation, I get that:

Golden 3 33
Leveraged 3 33
Repetitions 0 0
TM Matches 100% 3 33

The figures I get when analyzing a file keep being exactly the same for "golden", "leveraged" and "100% TM matches"... Is it normal?

I understood that "repetitions" are repeated sentences within the document only while "100% matches" are matches based on your "connected" TM.
But what are "golden" exaclty? I can't find any clear answer... They just seem to be identical to the 100% matches retrieved from the TM icon_confused.gif. What about the "leveraged" category? And actually, why 2 columns called "Segment" and "Segments"?


Many thx
Liny


 

Natalie  Identity Verified
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Please Mar 26, 2013

indicate the software version.

Thanks.


 

Liny  Identity Verified
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oops, sorry Mar 26, 2013

it's WordFastPro version 3.1.4

Thanks!


 


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