Studio 2009 Multiterm Widget Error Message
Thread poster: Susanne Gansloser-Hartmann
I get an error message regarding Muliterm Widget for about 1 week now. It doesn't seem to have an effect on my work with Studio and Multiterm 2009. Nevertheless it is annoying to get this message every time I start my computer. I don't even know what this Widget is about.
Here is the message:
Fehler beim Lesen der XML-Struktur. Bitte überprüfen Sie ob die Datei C:\Users... \Roaming\SDL\SDL MultiTerm\WidgetSettings.xml wohlgeformt ist. Das Stammelement ist nicht vorhanden.
When I click "OK" to close the message, I get the message
"Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt."
Has anyone had this message before and knows how to handle this issue?
| | Paula Mahler
Local time: 20:31
French to Spanish
| I did it but... || Aug 1, 2011 |
a week later, I get the same message. But now, I don´t have anymore the C:\Users... \Roaming\SDL\SDL MultiTerm\WidgetSettings.xml....
Thanks for a new answer.
| Multiterm Widget Bug || Aug 1, 2011 |
Thank you so much for your help. It was, as always, quick and efficient.
I have not tried to delete the document yet - no time.
But it's so helpful to know, it's just a bug.
Nevertheless, I would like to give a big compliment to the Studio Symbiosis. I love the way Multiterm works with this autopropagation thing during translation.
Thanks again and best regards,
| | toad
Local time: 01:31
English to Swedish
| what's the point? || Aug 1, 2011 |
Does anyone actually find the widget useful? I haven't found much use for it yet, but I'm all ears if anyone can provide some examples of how you use it.
| | xxxSasi1607
English to German
| can't find C:\Users... \Roaming\SDL\SDL MultiTerm\WidgetSettings.xml.... || Aug 30, 2011 |
I have got the same problem. But I cannot find C:\Users... \Roaming\SDL\SDL MultiTerm\WidgetSettings.xml.... And I already changed my folder options. I use Windos 7.
Thanks for your help!
I also have Windows 7 and I can promess you that I have just found the xml file because I experience the same problem with the error message.
As Jerzy wrote it, you can display your hidden folders and files with the option on your computer and normally, you will be able to find the problematic file.
Actually, you will find C:\Users... \Roaming\SDL\SDL MultiTerm at the top of your window and the file will appear the file entitled WidgetSearchProviders. Well, it is what I found, actually.
I hope it will help.