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I was wondering if any of you came accross this issue before; basically when any of the strings to translate with TagEditor (version 126.96.36.1995) contains the characters - 'll - the program throws a server connection error message and closes the string without being able to edit it. The only way to overcome it I found so far is skipping the line and translating it manually in the final file, but it´s really annoying.
This is only happening since I change my production kit to a new series MacBook Pro and I use BootCamp to launch the system in Windows XP. Can it be related? I´ve tried re-installing Trados, but no luck either... also, it happens with any format converted with TagEditor; Word, Excel, Powerponit, etc.
Any suggestions is welcome.
Thanks for your time and help in advance.
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