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Tageditor - Set/close get open/next disabled
Thread poster: Vauwe
Vauwe
Local time: 08:52
English to German
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Jun 13, 2007

I searched the database but could find no exact answer.

Today, when I use the Concordance feature in my xml file, the Close Get Open button gets disabled and Tageditor prompts me to reorganise the TM. I reorganised, I reloaded the ini file, but the issue persists. I can use Get/open and Close, but that is a laborious workaround.
Anyone an idea?

Thanks


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Owen Davies
Japan
Local time: 15:52
Member (2007)
Japanese to English
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Connect to Workbench? Jun 14, 2007

Hi Vauwe,

Not entirely sure why the problem would occur after reorganizing, but this does happen when TagEditor gets disconnected from Workbench.
Try Tools > Connect to Work bench in Tageditor.
Not sure if that is the problem, but you never know!
Good luck!
Owen


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Vauwe
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Thank you Jun 14, 2007

In the meantime I imported the entries into a new TM and everything is working fine now, although I still don't know the reason for this behaviour

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