Client TM and Package TM: Medium priority
Total Recall TM: Low priority
Glossary: High priority
The whole segment is in the TB:
In this case with both accents:
Client TM and Package TM have only one result for the word "DE". Total Recall TM has several results.
Indeed I would expect that AA gives out "Bilanz des vergangenen Jahres".
But first irritating thing: this is the result when pressing F1:
The second irritating thing is that there is a term recognition (see the glossary image), but it is not reflected in the source segment's colors (yes, reload glossary and even CT restart done).
Partial solution: When unchecking the Total recall TM (or simply keeping it out of AA), indeed AA gives out:
Indeed, 75 % is pretty fair as match value. But it covers 23 of 24 charcters (around 95 %) of the source segment (there is one space being added), so I just wondered.
Would it make sense to have this "out of AA" option as a permanent setting (such as the case with Read-Only)? As fas as I see it isn't.
Just for curiosity: Would a glossary in TMX format bring better matches?
And there remains the problem of non-recognition in the source segment editor (with green color), even not after ruling Total Recall out.
> Just for curiosity: Would a glossary in TMX format bring better matches?
I don't think so.
> And there remains the problem of non-recognition in the source segment editor (with green color), even not after ruling Total Recall out.
That would bring about a much bigger problem to differentiate between glossary match colors, TM match colors and non-translatable colors. The user would be lost in the colorful patches possibly canceling each other out in the source segment editor.