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Red ears alert - MultiTerm does not like TWB anymore
Thread poster: Vito Smolej

Vito Smolej
Germany
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Jun 8, 2007

I have fooled around for long enough with different versions to end up now with TWB 7.5.0.759 (the last pre-2007 version afaik) and MultiTerm 7.0.0.315 (ditto for Multiterm).

What does not work yet, is the Term Recognition functionality in TWB. The MutiTerm7.dot is OK, but I am lame without term recognition short cuts.

Any help / experience with this kind of snafus welcome.
TiA

PS: I would appreciate if I were spared suggestions to switch to a) wordfast b) OmegaT c) DejaVu d) SDLX e) add your own favourite.


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Ivan Eikås Skjøstad  Identity Verified
Norway
Local time: 11:28
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MT Jun 8, 2007

Use the TWB 7.5.0.759 as you suggested, but upgrade MT to 7.1.0.361.

I am currently using this setup. Remember to use .NET 1.1, and Java Runtime enviriment SE 1.4.2_14.

I have tried other setup, including upgrading everything (including TWV and MT) to the latest versions, but the software is just not compatible.

Good luck!

I have also written an down grade adivse in this forum, but I think it has been removed, or I just can't find it.


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