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After Save target as (inx.ttx) language versions mixed
Thread poster: Emma Hradecka
Emma Hradecka Czech Republic Local time: 19:46 English to Czech + ...
Aug 6, 2009
Hello, I am getting really desperate now. After being able to resolve Unexpected error during backward conversion EndOfInput and Could not process he file since file/file content size error messages (installing some .jar files in InDesignFilter and defining the Java settings) I am now told that the language versions are mixed now.
I am really no expert and I'm at a loss. Can anyone help?
I don't even know how to find out which version of Trados I'm using. When I look in the License Manager, it says: TagEditor version 8.0 (I have Trados 2007 Freelance), the OS is Windows XP, the original file was presumably created in CS2 but I don't know how to verify that.
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