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I would like to know why this kind of error appears in MultiTerm ("MultiTerm was unable to update the entry")?
I am not able to delete the term and this error appears.
Hello Oana Nagy,
Thank you. I use The SDL MultiTerm 2017 Desktop application. Unfortunately, I do not know if this issue is general or a specific one. We will try to verify if this issue appears in some…
Hello Kahvi Javi,
Please make sure you run the latest versions of Studio and Multiterm - you did not specify the versions you're using.
Also, is it a general issue or a specific one, with this termbase only?
In addition, you can try recreating the termbase: export the content, create a new termbase file and import the content from the previous one.
Then see if this does the trick and you can add/update the entry.
Thank you. I use The SDL MultiTerm 2017 Desktop application. Unfortunately, I do not know if this issue is general or a specific one. We will try to verify if this issue appears in some other termbases.