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Problem converting mtw file into xml (for Multiterm 6.2.0.267)
Thread poster: Laurie Henkinbrant
Laurie Henkinbrant
Local time: 22:37
English to French
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Nov 22, 2004

Hi

I received two files from Multiterm for a projet, one is an .mtw file and the other is a .lok file. I have no idea what to do with the ;lok file.
I tried to convert the .mtw file into xml with Multiterm Convert to use it with the new Multiterm 6.2.0.267 (Build 267), but I get the following error when I do the convertion: "Invalid or unsupported code page type". I click OK, the message appears again. And I cannot do anything.

Does anyone have an idea ?


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 22:37
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Which languages? Nov 22, 2004

Hi "au soleil",
Which languages does the termbase contain?

Best regards,
Ralf


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Laurie Henkinbrant
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A lot of languages Nov 23, 2004

but I think the problem probably comes from Japanese and simplified Chinese.
I finely managed to change it into xml with another program.
But then I have a problem putting in Multiterm. I think it is really complicated.


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