I've read that we can create as many Total Recall tables as we want, but I can't understand why more than one would be necessary.
Also, would it make really sense to create a multi-lingual Total Recall table?
Oh, I see, thanks Igor for chiming in :-)
Please check the defined languages in Edit > Preferences > Definitions tab.
No, I was right. In fact, when creating a Total Recall table CT allowed me to specify up to three languages.
You are right, I got confused with something else. Then my other question too makes no sense.
I wish I could be able to delete this post.
Sorry, what I meant to say is that Total Recall allows you only choose two languages (one language pair) per table. It is fine by me.
Jean Dimitriadis: When you create a new Total Recall table, how many languages does it allow you to set?
All the languages I wish. But—I should have been more clear in my question—I was hoping to listen to experienced users as to whether "having a multi-lingual Total recall memory system" makes sense or not, or whether it works well with more than a pair of languages or not.
If yes, I would be glad to know in which situations multiple Total Recall memories help, possibly with some examples.
When you create a new Total Recall table, how many languages does it allow you to set?