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Tag Editor shuts down
Thread poster: Kevin Fulton
Kevin Fulton
United States
Local time: 22:32
German to English
Oct 8, 2003

I posted this to the Yahoo support forum and received no response. I hope someone here has an answer ...
I recently had a series of short files that I assume had been XTranslated, with additional text in the source language. When I
encountered a series of new segments in the source language, using ALT+
(or the related button on the toolbar) would sometimes terminate TagEditor. In addition, just using Set/Close would also close the
program from time to time, as would a misspelled word (when the spellcheck was set to check each segment when closing). I had to save the document every time I used Set/Close to avoid losing my work. The crazy thing is that even if I saved the document, it wouldn't appear on the list of recently opened files if the program terminated suddenly.

I anticipate getting more files like this and would hate to repeat the hassle I had last week.

I have TagEditor 6...309, XP Home, P4, 1 GB RAM.

Any ideas as to why this happens, and what I can do to prevent this?
Thanks, Kevin


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