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Cultures Connection
France
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Nov 27, 2006

Hi there,

One quick question. When I try to clean a document I receive the following message ' Folder does not exist. was moved or renames'..I use to be able to clean documents and now..any idea?


Fabrice


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mónica alfonso  Identity Verified
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Perhaps you changed the name of a folder Nov 27, 2006

Browse to find the folder you are looking for manually (File, Open, etc)

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Log file settings - use forum search Nov 27, 2006

Hi Fabrice,
This error message is usually caused by an error related to the log file. In fact, this has been discussed a few times already (e.g. here), and there's a related entry in the Trados Knowledge Base.

Best regards,
Ralf


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Cultures Connection
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thanks Nov 27, 2006

Problem solved. Thank you very much Ralf!

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Rafa Lombardino
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It just happened to me Nov 28, 2006

I've been slowly getting ready to migrate to Linux on my main computer, so I had to move things around a little bit and Trados is running on another machine now. Yesterday I did my first project using the new setup to test things out and got that error you're mentioning. First I thought it was the folder itself, where the translated files were stored. But then I noticed it had something to do with the log file. So all I did was erase the path you see right next to the log button and everything went great.



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Cultures Connection
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I did the same.Thanks. Nov 28, 2006

Rafa Lombardino wrote:

I've been slowly getting ready to migrate to Linux on my main computer, so I had to move things around a little bit and Trados is running on another machine now. Yesterday I did my first project using the new setup to test things out and got that error you're mentioning. First I thought it was the folder itself, where the translated files were stored. But then I noticed it had something to do with the log file. So all I did was erase the path you see right next to the log button and everything went great.



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