Studio 2014 running on MacBook OS Maverick/Parallels
Thread poster: Lucia Messuti

Lucia Messuti  Identity Verified
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Oct 1, 2015

Hello collegues
I had installed Studio 2014 (after removing Studio 2009) but sometimes I've encountered some problems with an agency as after working at the files they couldn't open the file or convert it into the original file.

So, I've uninstalled and reinstalled it.

The strange thing is that the sdlxliff file has the usual Studio icon (yellow/green), while the sdlproj still has the Tageditor icon (which I had linked to previously by mistake).
When I had Studio 2009 the sdlproj had the blue icon of the package. How can i link this file type to the blue icon? I tried with "Open with" but the "package" is not included in the proposed softwares.
Except for a practical view, this may create problems?

As to the first problem (crash /not converting when they try to open my files) would it be possible this is due to the fact that I haven't installed Office for windows?

Thanks a lot for your help


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xxx2nl  Identity Verified
Local time: 16:30
Did you make a snapshot? Oct 1, 2015

Did you, by any chance, make a snapshot at any moment?

If so, you can use this to fix your problems.

One important warning, however: If you have stored any working files at the Windows side of your Mac, be sure to back up them before returning to a snapshot!

[Edited at 2015-10-01 12:23 GMT]

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