SDL Trados 2009 Prof - can't understand the Error Message
Thread poster: Vitals

Vitals  Identity Verified
Lithuania
Local time: 07:55
Member (2008)
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Jan 7, 2011

Dear all,

I am new to SDL 2009.

When I try to "Confirm and Move to Next Unconfirmed Segment" an Error message pops up saying "Object reference not set to an instance of an object".

It does confirm it, tough, but quite annoying to have it pop up on every line.

Could someone, please, help me solve this?

Thank you in advance.

VS


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
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Polish to German
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What was the source format? Jan 7, 2011

Does the error go away when you restart Studio?
Unfortunately this error can mean anything...


 

Vitals  Identity Verified
Lithuania
Local time: 07:55
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Thank you Jan 7, 2011

Dear Jerzy,

Restarted the machine and the Error disappeared. Thank you for a very simple and effective answer. I should have thought of that myself, first... Looks like being unfamiliar with Studio 2009 makes me suspicious of every little problemicon_smile.gif

Have a nice day! I hope it's not snowing as heavily in Germany as it is here, in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Z poważaniem,
Vitaly


 


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