Thanks for the suggestion.
I am using Windows XP Professional, with Service Pack 2. I also use a shortcut when typing in Word (ALT + c or z or h).
Downloaded the Maltese keyboard layout as suggested by the Yahoo Groups message, however nothing has changed. When you press [ the Maltese g is supposed to appear, the ] should give you the Maltese h, etc., but I did not see any of these characters in TagEditor (of course with the Maltese keyboard turned on).
The Maltese keyboard works fine in Word and Workbench, but not in TagEditor. Why?
Any other ideas?
Daniel García Magariños wrote:
You don't mention what Windos version you have or which method you are using to type Maltese characters in Word but from you comments I suspect that you are not using a Maltese keyboard layout but custom shortcuts in Word.
A similar problem was discussed once in the Trados User group in Yahoo. The problem was in MultiTerm iX but the same solution can be applied in TagEditor.
Basically, you need to use a Maltese keyboard layout. Even if a Maltese keyboard layout is not supported with MultiTerm iX, it should work well with TagEditor. It will also work in other Unicode-compatible applications like Excel, PowerPoint... etc.
Here's the link to the post in Trados users grou: