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Hello SDL Community,OK I have just finished creating an exquisite 170-entries legal termbase.For terms that differ US English vs. UK English I added separate index-level entries within terms (only 10 terms, around 5%).I just had a minor freak out because when I had only this termbase as the default termbase in a project with en-US files, only the en-US terms were recognized and shown in the term recognition window.However, when I created an empty termbase that was only RU-EN (no sublanguages), and made it the default termbase, with my legal termbase as a secondary termbase, all of the sudden then I could see all the 170 RU-en entries, not just the RU-en-US en entries.It seems very strange, but at least it works. If anyone could offer any guidance on this, it would be most appreciated.Thanks,Tom Fennell
There is no problem doing this, but there are advantages to not doing it, and instead create an attribute o the terms to define whether it's US or UK English. This might be helpful:
Thanks Paul, I will give this a try.Sorry for the slow response - things have gotten rather "interesting" here.We had a protestor shot by a bar owner 3 blocks from my house, and the County Attorney has released the killer without charges, so things are very hot here in usually oh-so-calm Omaha. I have started to become active in the protests myself, naturally.Ah....memories of '89 in Berlin, '91 and '93 in Moscow ... how I love the breezes of the Zeitgeist!