Tag Editor 6.5 crash
Thread poster: Yolande Haneder
Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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Jan 12, 2007

There is something I do not understand in Trados Tag Editor:

To be able to use the spell check (spellcheck greyed), I have to install a plug-in. When I click on Plug-ins, Tag editor crashes.

In the past, I did have a spellcheck. How can I reactivate it (do not tell me to upgrade, I am waiting the new version since my next computer will probably have vista)?

I have win XP, office 2003


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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Workaround Jan 12, 2007

Yolande,

Plug-ins in TagEditor are a nightmare. I've ended up doing the spellcheck in Word.

In TagEditor: select all (could take a while with big documents), copy (could also take a few seconds) and paste into Word. In Word, hide the source text and press F7. If Word finds any typo, you will have to search for it in TE manually and correct it there. It's not very practical, but it works if everything else fails.


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Yolande Haneder  Identity Verified
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If it could helps... Jan 12, 2007

Unfortunately, I am working on a XML file which means I can do the spellcheck on a Text editor. The problem is, I will have to realign afterwards everything to update the TM.

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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Spellcheck Jan 12, 2007

You can use Word for any format, because the external and internal tags will be pasted from TagEditor using the appropriate styles and Word will skip them.

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