Studio 2015 glitch?: Corrupt file: Tag with ID.....defined more than once'
Thread poster: lhipsher
lhipsher
United States
Feb 19, 2016

Hello,

I should start off by saying that I was able to bypass this error by prepping the file in Trados 2011, so this is not urgent. Still, I wanted to note this for future record and in case someone knows of another solution.

I exported a unique segments SDLXLIFF file from 2 DOCX files. The project ran without error and the unique segs file was exported fine. However, when I tried to open this file in the Editor, I am prompted with this error. I tried MANY different possible fixes for this: downsaving to DOC (strange as it seems), Open and Repair, splitting the DOCX file by individual pages, even changing each of the tag ID #'s in Notepad++ that matched the message, all to no avail.

The only thing that worked in the end was prepping Trados 2011. This is something that I will need to do occasionally, so I really hope this is a one-off, but being that this is a recent upgrade to 2015, it doesn't seem likely.

Has anyone else seen this error? Looking forward to hearing of any other solutions.


Thank you
Luke Hipsher


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