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I've seen this issue around the RWS Community but I couldn't find a concrete answer/solution.
I have a TB with approx. 8000 Terms (DE, FR, IT, EN) and when running QAs on my projects, I often get false positives regarding Terminology Verificaiton. Here is an example:
In German: Verteilnetz
In Italian: rete di distribuzione
In the confirmed translated segment, the terms are correct using the ones from my TB, but Trados still shows me an warning message that the destination segment is not using the right term.
As you can also see, I got over 400 warnings, and it is very tedious to go through all of them especially if they are mostly false positives.
I am using Trados Studio 2017 Freelance, and QA settings are set as follow:
Does anybody have a solution, or recommendation?
Have you tried increasing the term repetition value as suggested here?
Hi Paul, thanks for your suggestion.
Yes I have tried this but this barely removes all the false positives, I still get well over 400 Warning messages.
Hi Paul, thanks you for the suggestion.
I have tried but it doesn't help much. I still get well over 400 Warning messages (including the numerous false positives).
How many termbases do you have attached to your project? Just checking in case you have results coming from a non-default termbase? The terminology verifier will only work with one termbase, the default.