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I have a problem with SDL Multiterm 2017 (version 126.96.36.199461) running on a 64-bit PC with Windows 10.
I am trying to create a termbase from an Excel file and, to do that, I have:
- converted it with Multierm Convert,
- tried to create a new termbase within SDL Multiterm based on the newly created xdt file.
The problem is that, in the creation wizard, the window to load the reference xdt file doesn't have any "browse" button and, thus, I can't load the necessary file:
Have you got any suggestion about it?
I have already tried Glossary Converter app but I lose some term notes.
ok - you may just be unlucky. If your PC is very modern with a HPI screen then it's likely that we don't support it completely. Certainly in 2017 we had only just started to look…
That looks like a display issue... possibly due to your resolution. If you can't resize the window or change your resolution to fix this then I suggest you try this app:
Thank you for that hint. I will try it as soon as possible, likely next week.
Have a nice week-end ahead
I have tried to set a smaller screen scale (from 125% to 100%) and a lower screen resolution as well as to activate the app you suggested but I can't get rid of that problem:
(screenshot with app activated)
(screenshot with app not activated)
(screenshot with lower screen scale, app not activated)
I am using 2 monitors but the problem is there regardless of the monitor I use.
I have just noticed I don't get this problem on another Windows-10 PC. I will use it in the meantime.
ok - you may just be unlucky. If your PC is very modern with a HPI screen then it's likely that we don't support it completely. Certainly in 2017 we had only just started to look at updating the code for certain elements. It may be better in 2019 as this is more advanced in this regard, but no guarantees as even this is still a work in progress.
It may well be the case because I have 2 PCs and the one in which I have this problem is indeed the newest one (it is less than 1 year old). Thanks for your feedback