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Thread poster: marnic

marnic
English to Italian
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Jun 9, 2004

Hi,

wonder if you can help me: I was happily translating with Trados 6.5 (6.5.2.417) when all of a sudden I wasn't able to display Trados in its minimised size (above Word). I can only see the Trados icon on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Right-clicking on it and maximising is the only way to actually see the workbench. If I right click on restore (to have a smaller WB window) I can't see anything. The Trados icon on the taskbar remains where it stands. I tried to restart to no avail.
Thanks for your help!


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 20:11
English to German
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Check the Knowledge Base Jun 9, 2004

Hi "marnic",
Check this article from the Trados KB.

As usual, be extremely careful when making changes to Registry entries.

HTH, Ralf


 

marnic
English to Italian
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TOPIC STARTER
Thank you - resize Trados Jun 10, 2004

Thank you very much,

I don't know how but I didn't even need to do the registry thing because everything went misteriously back to normal.
Thanks for your precious help Ralf, that article might turn out to be useful in the future.

Marianna


 


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