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Im running SDL Trados Studio 2019 SR2 188.8.131.5249 and SDL Multiterm 2019 184.108.40.206482, both u`pdated to the latest versions
For example in Segment 146 term "Wasserfilter" is not displayed in the term recognition window:
But if I search "Wasserfilter" the termbase search window shows the entry:
How can I solve this problem?
Hi Samanta Ingrid Schneider, John Fry, ADOLFO BENEYTO,
As a starting point, if you open the termbase in MultiTerm, click on 'Termbase Management' then on 'Reorganize', you might find this problem will be…
Hello, as I am currently facing a similar problem, I found this article on your platform. Termbase is existing, activated in the project, but does not suggest any entries anylonger (using SDL Studio 2017…
This often happens to me too. To fix it I just quit Studio and restart it. Then the term recognition window starts working again.
Hello, as I am currently facing a similar problem, I found this article on your platform. Termbase is existing, activated in the project, but does not suggest any entries anylonger (using SDL Studio 2017, Windows 10 here).
So far I have tried out different methods to solve this, however not found a solution yet, for instance
- Closed SDL Studio, reboot computer, restart SDL Studio.
- Reorganized existing Termbase in MultiTerm.
- Tried another Termbase.
- Renamed the four relevant XML files in AppData.
Is there anything else I could try at this point? I am in the middle of a major project, which means that Termbase is an invaluable support for a smooth processing. Thanks a lot in advance.
Hi Erik Hansson
Are you running the latest version of Studio 2017 and the corresponding latest version of MultiTerm?
Have you run a Windows Repair on both Studio and the MultiTerm components via Control Panel > Programs and Features, as described here:
Repairing your installation of SDL Trados Studio
Repairing your installation of SDL MultiTerm Desktop
Did you try removing the termbase and re-adding it?
If you've done all of the above, you could try creating a new project and adding all the components to it. You can add the sdlxliff file/s and process the project as 'Analyse Only'. I always do this if I have a problematic project and it usually solves whatever problems I'm having.
If none of this works, please create a NEW thread describing your problem in detail and how it occurred then someone at SDL will be able to give you a case number (if they still support Studio 2017, which I think they do...) so that someone in Support can link up to your computer and take a look at what is happening.
All the best,