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Predictive typing does not give preference to term bases
Posted by P├ęter Botta on 23 June 2013 05:40 PM

Title: Predictive typing does not give preference to term bases

Description: Predictive typing starts to work when you type and memoQ finds something that it can offer. Predictive typing offers suggestions from a number of sources: terminology hits, TM fragments, auto-translatables, and last but not least, the Muse. Users often want predictive typing to first show the results that are definitely correct, only then suggest results that are not necessarily the best solutions.

Fix: This behavior happens if you are using a Muse, but Muse results are shown before or together with other predictive typing results. You can customize this if you select Translation > Predictive Typing and Autopick, and there under Number of characters typed before showing a suggestion, make sure that the number for Muse suggestions is higher than the number for all the other suggestions.

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