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TITLE: QTerm: what to do if TBX import fails? DESCRIPTION AND FIX: We have seen some cases where TBX import failed into QTerm. We are collecting the possible errors in this article. First of all, sometimes you have multi-word expressions for attribute...
TITLE: Editing and saving extracted terms after having performed a term extraction in memoQ DESCRIPTION: Sometimes you cannot finish a validation of term candidates that you want to harvest for a new termbase or to extend your existing terminology. memo...
When importing terminology data from CSV, both memoQ and QTerm offers to "update" existing term base entries based on entry ID. The point of this is to export a term base, make changes in the exported file to a specific entry (like changing a term in en...
To convert a MARTIF termbase to a bilingual glossary (TSV, CSV), you can: • Use APSIC XBENCH (http://www.apsic.com/en/products_xbench.html) • Use the following EXCEL MACRO: The following Excel macro will convert your MARTIF file to a simple two-colu...
TITLE: How to repair a QTerm term base? CONTEXT: You try to export a term base from QTerm, and the export fails with the message: "Merging: Language could not be found". You get this error message because the term base you are trying to export is co...
TITLE: Using QTerm term base in online project DESCRIPTION:     When you have a license for QTerm, you can create browser-based term bases. You can customize the entry structure of a QTerm term base, grant permissions, create filters, etc. QTerm term ...
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