Trados Studio/Multiterm 2011: "Kein zulässiges Lesezeichen" (missing bookmark) error message
Thread poster: Eric Zink

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German to English
Jun 13, 2014

When I try to open my term base in Multiterm, I get the error message "kein zuslässiges Lesezeichen" (on my home computer the corresponding message in English about a missing bookmark). In Studio, I am unable to perform a search in my term base terms; if I try, all the terms disappear except for one, and I cease to be able to add terms to the term base.

This irritates me a great deal, since it reinforces my experience that Trados term bases are either unstable themselves or make Studio unstable.

In any case, is there anything I can do to get my term base functioning normally again?

Thanks for any help you can give.

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