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My Workbench 8.0 won't recognize long dates in Polish when working on a Polish => English TM. Or rather, to be more precise, it does not recognize correct long dates in Polish. Namely, months in Polish should be inflected when given in dates - i.e. today's date in Polish is "22 maja" and not "22 maj", although "maj" is basically the equivalent of "May". However, my Workbench does not recognize "22 maja 2009" as a date, and won't substitute the English date. Funnily enough, it DOES recognize the version with error, i.e. "22 maj 2009". But, obviously, I need to have correct dates substituted in most of my documents - which Trados won't do.
Windows Vista, Polish language version, all date settings in Control Panel absolutely correct (date setting: dd MMMM yyyy, the system displays "22 maja 2009" as today's date). Interestingly, I used to work on an earlier version of Trados on the same system, and never encountered such problem. Have no idea where Workbench gets date format headings from, or where to look for any "hidden" settings (be it OS or Trados itself). Anyone can help? Thanks, Joanna
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