One of the main reasons to buy me a new PC was that working with Trados was extremely slow and inefficient.
One of my problems was that when I tried to edit a TB entry in Studio by right-clicking I had the following phenomenon:
1) I do right click on the term I want to edit, then the window "Termbase Viewer" opens, with the text: "Loading termbases...". In this window, I see a rotating circle for about one minute, meanwhile Studio is frozen and I can't do anything, not even close this pop-up window.
2) After having passed one minute (sometimes even longer), the rotating circle disappears but the Termbase Viewer window remains empty.
3) I close this window, close the file being edited and re-open the file to edit.
4) I do the same as in point 1), but now the term list is being populated and I can edit the terms in "Default Layout". I close the little window where I edited the term hitting Enter or clicking on the checkmark and close the window "Termbase Viewer".
Now I have a BRANDNEW PC, a NEW OS (Win10), a NEW version of Studio (2019) - BUT THE OLD PROBLEMS!!!
Until the above point #3) everything is the same, only that in point 4) the following happens:
4) I make a right-click on the term to edit, the window "Termbase Viewer" opens, I edit the term in Default Layout and hit Enter.
5) I close the window "Termbase Viewer" but the edited term in the window "Term recognition" hasn't changed, it's still the un-edited version.
6) I close the file being edited again and re-open it, do right click on the term to edit and in the window "Termbase Viewer" there's still the version that I had edited before but in the window "Term recognition" there's still the un-edited version! THUS, IT'S WORSE THAN WITH 2017!
I DO have Studio and Multiterm up to date and my PC has almost nothing installed but Bitdefender, Chrome browser, Office 2019 and Trados.
WILL SDL EVER FIX THIS????
I had noticed a deterioration from Studio 2014 to 2017 in terms of speed and stability and it seems with 2019 it continues to worsen its versions...
A very desperate