MemoQ won't export aligned files into TM
Thread poster: Edwal Rospigliosi

Edwal Rospigliosi  Identity Verified
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Oct 27, 2010

Hi

I've aligned a pair of documents to create a new TM. However, after I confirm all links and finish alignment, I click on "Export to TM", and nothing happens. The TM is still empty, and I've tried it several times now.

It's 4.5, by the way. What can be the problem?

Another thing, after I upgraded to 4.5, the number of times MemoQ crashes has multiplied 10x. I've received the "sorry for the inconvenience" message at least once every hour today, and it happens for pptx, ttx, excel and doc files.

[Editado a las 2010-10-27 00:30 GMT]


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rmackay
Local time: 03:10
export to TM Oct 27, 2010

Hi there

There is an issue with exporting to a TM within Livedocs, which doesn't work at the moment - but this will be fixed foir the next build.

This might not be the case with your issue however...:(

I also had a large number of critical errors and crashes on me yesterday but this seems to have cleared up today

HTH - Ruairidh


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