IMPORTANT MESSAGE: We are still experiencing some difficulties that will affect your ability work with the RWS AppStore. Our IT team is working to resolve this but for now you may not be able to download or upload apps through the RWS AppStore. We apologise for the inconvenience and will update the community when we have a resolution in place. In the meantime you can take advantage of the Private AppStore if you are using Trados Studio 2021 or 2022.

ICE matches in the Web Editor (WE)

RE: This update in the latest patch: (54654) In-context exact matches display as a separate band in the analysis results.

How can you distinguish between ICE matches and 100% exact matches in the Web Editor? We can see that both bands are flagged as 100% match.

Parents
  • Update on this. The SDL support team explained a workaround where you can set a bonus to ICE matches so that in the WE, the segments can be marked as 100% +. For example, a bonus of 1 would mark them as 101% matches.

    However, in the Translation Agent they are still marked as 100% matches and there is no way to filter on ICE matches. Some considerations that I believe would help:

    - option to lock ICE matches (and other bands) during pre translation

    - mark ICE matches as 'ICE' in the Translation Agent

    - be able to filter by ICE matches in the WE

    Is anything like this on the development roadmap?

    Thanks,

    Tom

Reply
  • Update on this. The SDL support team explained a workaround where you can set a bonus to ICE matches so that in the WE, the segments can be marked as 100% +. For example, a bonus of 1 would mark them as 101% matches.

    However, in the Translation Agent they are still marked as 100% matches and there is no way to filter on ICE matches. Some considerations that I believe would help:

    - option to lock ICE matches (and other bands) during pre translation

    - mark ICE matches as 'ICE' in the Translation Agent

    - be able to filter by ICE matches in the WE

    Is anything like this on the development roadmap?

    Thanks,

    Tom

Children