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how to specify log files in Trados 5.5
Thread poster: Zhoudan
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Sep 29, 2003

Trados 5.5 refuses to clean up with an error message: 50104: folder does not exist, was moved or renamed, followed by a folder name, which is in corrupted Chinese characters. Before the error message appeared, I had changed my WinXP setting to Traditional Chinese interface from Simplified Chinese and then set it back to Simplified Chinese interface.

I checked Trados Help and the solution provided is: Make sure that the folder containing the log files exists, or specify a different log file.

My problem is that I do not know how to make sure if the folder exists or how to specify a different log file. Actually, I have renamed the folder name and the message still displays containing the folder name which is in corrupted Chinese character.

I hope I have made myself clear and thank you in advance for any help.



[Edited at 2003-09-30 05:17]


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Log file is set in the cleanup dialog Sep 30, 2003

Click on the "Log file" button - in T6, you get a context menu; IIRC in T5.5 the button opened the selection dialog directly.

HTH - Ralf


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Zhoudan  Identity Verified
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It works Sep 30, 2003

Thank you, Ralf! It works!

Regards,

Zhoudan


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