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SDL Trados Studio 2011 SP2 - Slow
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Nicolas LEFEVRE  Identity Verified
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Jul 18, 2012

Hello,

I don't know if I'm the only one in this case, but a project analysis with SP2 takes much longer time than with SP1. Is this normal ? Is this linked to new features ?

Regards.


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Lennart Luhtaru  Identity Verified
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You are not alone Jul 18, 2012

I had to stop saving my work frequently, because it took about 5 min every time I pressed CTRL+S. And the file was a simple XML with only a little over 400 words.

Analysis takes forever also for some reason.

If the new features are slowness and buggyness, then SP2 works perfectly.


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Alina - Maria Chiteala  Identity Verified
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well Jul 18, 2012

I just run an analysis of a small 400 file, and all went just fine.

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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Lightning fast Jul 18, 2012

SP2 works even faster than SP1.

Slow work must be due to the settings of your system.


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Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
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Not slow Jul 18, 2012

My Studio 2011 SP2 is just fine. I'd say that the overall performance regarding speed has improved, including GUI build-up.

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Nicolas LEFEVRE  Identity Verified
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Thanks Jul 18, 2012

Thanks for your feedback. Maybe it's linked to the type of files my project contains (translation of ttx files) or ...

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Enrico C - ECLC  Identity Verified
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I find it faster... Jul 18, 2012

Nicolas LEFEVRE wrote:

Hello,

I don't know if I'm the only one in this case, but a project analysis with SP2 takes much longer time than with SP1. Is this normal ? Is this linked to new features ?

Regards.


It must depend on the PC configuration. In my case performances increased slightly. Opening, UI generation, project Window (it took about one minute before on an i7 processor and 16GB ram with a fast HDD; it takes 30 seconds now; one minute also to set a project as completed, slightly less now). What they don't seem to have solved in my case is the incompatibility with some files preventing me from opening Trados/SDL generated files with my Studio in many cases. That is disappointing. But it's faster, although useless in some cases.


[Edited at 2012-07-18 14:16 GMT]


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clifts  Identity Verified
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the same bug Jul 18, 2012

It takes too long to prepare the projects and to save.

I have uninstalled the SP2 and returned to SP1.


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Aman Brar  Identity Verified
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Slow for ttx files Jul 19, 2012

I am using SP2 with ttx files and it is TOO slow (took 45 min to save file, while 30 sec with SP1 for same file)

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Yan Xiong  Identity Verified
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me too Jul 19, 2012

me too. It took me 20 Min to save the file. really strange

[修改时间: 2012-07-19 11:00 GMT]


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Paola Roffinella  Identity Verified
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Problem with Multiterm Jul 19, 2012

Hello everybody,

I also had problems with SP2:
in Trados everything is fine, but when I try to open Multiterm Desktop, a window appears saying that the program has stopped working.

Has anybody the same problem?

What should I do to unistall the SP2? Unistall the complete program and install again the old version? Or is there another to way?

Thank you in advance,

Paola


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Have you installed the SP2 for Multiterm? Jul 19, 2012

Paola Roffinella wrote:
I also had problems with SP2:
in Trados everything is fine, but when I try to open Multiterm Desktop, a window appears saying that the program has stopped working.


Subj.


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Antonio M. Regueiro  Identity Verified
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Extremely slow saving Jul 19, 2012

This is what I received from SDL Trados Support when I pointed out that it took ages to save a file, a time I cannot afford:

Thanks for all the updates. I have checked our databases and there is actually a bug for this issue. I will follow up with my development team for more information and will be in touch.

So, I am now wasting a bit more time uninstalling SP2 and reinstalling SP1...

Later addition:

Uninstalled SP2 and reinstalled SP1. Took some doing, SP2 must be fully uninstalled first (from the Windows Control Panel), you can't just install SP1 on top of SP2 (whereas you can the other way around, obviously). Back to a big 49,000-word file I am working on, saving time is now down from 7 minutes and 45 seconds to 2.25 seconds. Until SDL fixes this huge bug, they can keep SP2.

[Edited at 2012-07-19 22:12 GMT]

[Edited at 2012-07-19 22:14 GMT]


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Lennart Luhtaru  Identity Verified
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The problem was not there before Jul 20, 2012

I was working on a large ~50000 word project with lots of small files, it used to take seconds to save files before. I closed the program, installed SP2, and now it takes minutes to save the files. SP2 is much much slower for me for some reason.

Natalie wrote:

SP2 works even faster than SP1.

Slow work must be due to the settings of your system.


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Paola Roffinella  Identity Verified
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Yes, I have. Jul 20, 2012

Natalie wrote:

Paola Roffinella wrote:
I also had problems with SP2:
in Trados everything is fine, but when I try to open Multiterm Desktop, a window appears saying that the program has stopped working.


Subj.


Yes, I installed SP2 both for Trados and for Multiterm.


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