No problem at all.
Your suspicion with the upgrading is true, indeed. I downloaded the MTiX Upgrade 279 and WB 417. I unzipped the files and for WB I replaced the old files by the new ones. There was no setup directed. Upgrading MTiX was succesful. (That's what the wizard says!)
Now, the really entertaining part in MultiTerm was the statement under Help, Info: My build is 267! How the hell...?
As build 279 only replaces a number of DLLs, the info text isn't changed. You can check the files, however: right-click on MultiTermMtServer.dll in the MTiX program directory, and check the file properties: the version should show up as 18.104.22.1689.
WB is the same monkey business. It is build 410. How could I upgrade.
Here I suspect something went wrong with the upgrade, as Workbench clearly shows build 417.
BTW: I am experiencing a runtime error message from Visual Basic, error 6025 (famous & hated). It is not really annoying for you could let it appear and wouldn't click on it and Trados is operational furtheron. If you would click, the workbench will disappear and one must relaunch the WB.
I have a sneaking suspicion that this is also related to the suspect upgrade.
In the end, I clicked on background term recognition. This way, the curly brackets wnet away and at least I can work on my translation. But, I desperately need the termbase and its recognition.
Background means that terminology is recognised, but the process runs in the background.
Could you post the link one more time, please?
Er... which one?