Why concordance search doesn't work?
Iniziatore argomento: Andrej Fric

Andrej Fric  Identity Verified
Slovenia
Local time: 21:17
Membro (2011)
Da Tedesco a Sloveno
+ ...
Jul 14

Is it possible, that my client disabled this?
Not even 99% matches are displayed and even after confirming a segment when I perform concordance search there are no results. And if so, why would he do it?


 

Gerald von Stein-Salisbury
Local time: 21:17
Da Inglese a Tedesco
No Answer Jul 15

Sorry dude, but there is no generic answer or this.

 

Andrej Fric  Identity Verified
Slovenia
Local time: 21:17
Membro (2011)
Da Tedesco a Sloveno
+ ...
AVVIO ARGOMENTO
Question is simple and clear Jul 15

There is no generic answer on "is it possible, that my client disabled this"?
I don't think so.
The answer can be yes or no.
Not very helpful, Gerald.


 

Gerald von Stein-Salisbury
Local time: 21:17
Da Inglese a Tedesco
Many solutions Jul 15

Ok. Yess he can disable the usage of fuzzy match translations, there simply could not be any fuzzy matches, he could have forgotten to send them to you, your fuzzy search could have slipped to the wrong languages there can be a filter from the client and there could be a filter in your across. And there could be a great deal of other things.

What I do in those cases: I check out the concordance search. Use a simple single word such as "he", "she" or "it" or "the" or whatever and make sure that there are no filters and that you are using the right languages.


 


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