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I want QA to check if million is not translated as billion in any segment.
I added the term to my TB marking its correct equivalent as "Right" and the prohibited term as "Wrong" choosing from the picklist attributes I preset for this descriptive field.
In the Terminology Verifier I ticked the checkbox "Check for terms which may have been set as forbidden" and selected "Wrong" as forbidden value (and left "Right" unchecked).
Now, the QA runs and throws an error message for all the segments where million or billion is used, even if used correctly (i.e. with the term marked as "Right").
Any idea?Thanks, Levente
Hi again Levente:
I don't think the order has something to do in this case. I have just the opposite and it works:
I also realized, when configuring the Termbase, that there is no need to mark the…
To use Norah's solution follow these steps:
Options > Verification > QA Checker 3.0 > Regular Expressions
Check "Search regular expressions"Description: Give a friendly…
The regex pattern can be extended to prevent the problem when "million" and "billion" are both present, by adding a negative lookahead (posit the absence of the correct term).
I realise this post is more than 3 years old, but it seems to describe exactly the same problem as I'm having.
1. If I set a term as "Forbidden" in my Termbase, it gets flagged up as forbidden in every target segment where it occurs, irrespective of whether or not the source segment contains that term. Is that the intended behaviour of the term verification settings?
2. Nora Díaz you mentioned a regex workaround to flag up accidental errors like "billion" instead of "million". Which settings can you enter this in? Would it be possible to give me more details?
Check "Search regular expressions"Description: Give a friendly name to the RegEx patternRegEx source: Add source segment termRegEx target: Add forbidden target segment termCondition: "Report if both target and source RegEx patterns match"Check "Ignore case"Action: "Add item"
You can add as many patterns as you want.
The above RegEx pattern tells QA Checker to trigger a warning when "millió" appears in the source segment and "billion" in the target one. It does the job, although it will also (erroneously) flag segments where both "million" and "billion" appear (correctly), but this is quite rare and I can live with it.
Also, try to experiment with the options in the Conditions dropdown list!
(?!.*million)^.*billionBut as you mention, this effort might not be "cost-effective".
Thank you very much Levente Péter Nagy. I've set mine up to flag any target segment that contains thousand, million, billion and Euros regardless of what's in the source. These words only occur occasionally in the kinds of text I translate, so that's sufficient for me.