Properties and the structure of a glossary

To change the name of a glossary, languages, comment, client, or project group, open a glossary, hit the gear icon, and select Glossary properties.

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Make the necessary changes and hit the Save button.

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This is also where you can delete a glossary or go to the Advanced settings that will open the glossary structure dialog box (see below)

Changing the structure of a glossary

To adjust additional glossary fields, hit the gear icon, and select Glossary structure.

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The glossary structure settings are rather flexible allowing to add System fields or create a custom one.

There are different System fields used for each level - Position, Language, and Term.

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  • The Position level relates to the properties of a whole glossary entry.
  • The Language level relates to the properties of the language of a glossary term (click on the language to open).
  • The Term level relates to the properties of a term itself. There might be more than one term per language for a glossary entry (click on the term to open).

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Here where the levels above could be found in an entry example.

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You may create a Custom Field for each level as well, setting unique properties for the future field.

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After settings fields required for your glossary and making necessary changes, hit the Save button.

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