Assuming the following 2 sentences already translated:
"I have a beautiful cat"
"I have an ugly dog"
Now I have in my text the sentence:
"I have a beautiful cat and I have an ugly dog"
Is there possible that anaphraseus identify that the parts of the sentence are
already translated as individual sentences and is it able to "glue" them to
make a proposal for translation?
No it's not possible and I'll explain why. Let assume we have four translated
But to check phrase containing parts we have to check following possiblities:
I'm not considering sentences like:
"I have a beautiful cat, an ugly dog and I have immortal hamster", " "I have a
beautiful cat, an ugly dog, and immortal hamster and I have a cute mice"" -
this will increase number of checks enormously :-)
But here is one option to help in such cases - Concordance Search. If you
remembering you'v translated something about cats and dogs just select words
with Ctrl+mouse (to select more than one) and call Concordance Search feature.
It will seach your database and show you all occurences match with selected
OK. I think I will try to find a LOGICAL contra-argument to the first part you
are saying. I will try to make an logical diagram - maybe I will fail but I
think it could work.... please have patience with me!
Question - how can I use the concordance search ? from which menu ????
Thank you very much!
Concordance Search button is left of the "Clean-Up" button on toolbar. It
appears in version 2.03.
You're welcome :-)