MultiTerm's function in Studio 2009's Review Mode
Thread poster: StandaZizka

StandaZizka  Identity Verified
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Mar 21, 2011

Hi everybody,

I am reviewing in the Editor under Studio 2009 a translation done in the same software. What is annoying is that the terms in my SDL MultiTerm SP3 do not seem to be recognized at all in the Editor's REVIEW mode... Is that possible? Is there a solution to this? Is this perhaps addressed in SP4, which I have not yet had time to install?

Thanks
Stan


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Please use Side-by-Side tools to Activate MT2009 Mar 21, 2011

If you do not have Side-by-Side tools, go to article 3420 on kb.sdl.com and download the Repair MultiTerm application from there.
Close Studio, extract the exe and let it run (in Vista/Win 7 as admin).


 

StandaZizka  Identity Verified
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Thanks Mar 21, 2011

Hi Jerzy,

I think I already ran this repair update when I could not work in MultiTerm at all after installing SP3. But I am trying again, just now. My term recognition problem is specific to REVIEW mode only (in Editor) and I wonder whether the recognition function is supported in this mode, but again there is not reason why it should not.

Stan


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Do you see the term recognition window? Mar 21, 2011

Mybe your problem is just the missing term recognition window, which is not visible in the default setting of Studio?

 

StandaZizka  Identity Verified
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Repair with errors but terms are recognised Mar 21, 2011

right, the repair pack has been installed with the following errors:
Problem executing command: C:\Windows\system32\msiexec.exe /f {8302F817-9F82-40F2-8149-8BB50B0250F7} /l ".\MTCore_LOG.log"

Problem executing command: C:\Windows\system32\msiexec.exe /f {EA7AC182-CB13-499B-A9B0-CE64D010A1B2} /l ".\MTExtract_LOG.log"

Problem executing command: C:\Windows\system32\msiexec.exe /f {48401067-6865-480B-B961-24731C529FDB} /l ".\MTAdmin_LOG.log"

But I tried to open the Studio's Editor in the Review Mode and the terms pop up in the Term Recognition Window, so I am happy as of nowicon_smile.gif) Though, would be interested what the above errors mean...


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Two of those are clear Mar 21, 2011

You do not have MT Admin installed, so no repair action possible there. The same is for MT Extract. And the last one may be connected with those two.
I wouldn't really care about that, as long the terms do appear nowicon_smile.gif


 

StandaZizka  Identity Verified
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Jerzy, thanks for help Mar 21, 2011

Thanks for help

 


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