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Error "Comment(s) was deleted" in TagEditor when cleaning ttx
Thread poster: Jan Sundström

Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
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Local time: 14:58
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Sep 6, 2006

Hi all,

Did anyone get this error before?

I have a java properties file, translated the ttx in Tag Editor (Trados 7.5).
When I try to clean up, or save as target i TagEditor, the file is skipped and the message "Comment(s) was deleted" is visible.

No info whatsoever in the SDL or Trados kbase websites...

/Jan


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Jan Sundström  Identity Verified
Sweden
Local time: 14:58
English to Swedish
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Reply from support Sep 7, 2006

Hi all,

I got an email from SDL, confirming that this is an unresolved bug.
Basically, Trados chokes on excess # characters, used for comments in java properties files.

In my case, it was a # on line four, that was followed by an empty line.

The workaround is either to delete excess # chars, or to use the Filter Settings to ignore all comment lines. The drawback is off course that those lines won't be translatable in TagEditor then...

Anyway, SDL hopes to have it fixed in the next release.

/Jan


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