Problem when using glossary
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German Gonzalez  Identity Verified
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May 4, 2016

Hello. to all! I believe I have the latest version of Wordfast Pro. 3.4.7. Java version is also up to date.

I've been working fine until yesterday. I created a project and I added a glossary and that's when I started to get the following message:

"Next Segment (TM Commit)" did not complete normally. Please see the log for more information. Invalid locale code (null).

This happens every time I want to go to another segment.
I solve the issue by deselecting the glossary as I have read in another posts.

Mi question is if there is another way of solving this issue since I really have to use the glossary.

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esperantisto  Identity Verified
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Read the log May 4, 2016

You should read the log as it may contain useful information, otherwise one can only guess. However, the error message says something quite clearly: “Invalid locale code”. Thus, check the locales of your project and your glossary.

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