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I am having problems with Apply TM Template (downloaded new version yesterday to make sure it's up to date - issue remains):
After selecting a Template and TMs to work with, the "Apply" button stays pale green and is not clickable - with all but one TM Template. There is one template that works, but I obviously need several for different applications.
I don't get an error message like "you did not select this or that" - nothing, just the button stays pale.
The only difference I can think of is that the template that works was generated a few weeks or months ago, while the other ones (that don't work) were generated very recently.
Can anybody help me with this?
Hello Daniel Hug,
I have tried to reproduce this but are unable to-
What is the version number of your Studio please- so we can look into this in more detail.
Hi Steven Whale
my Studio Version is 220.127.116.111.
Hi Daniel Hug ,
I have rerun a test on this exact version and cannot replicate-
Im hoping one of app team might be able to offer up an idea- Emanuel Albu
Hi Steven Whale and Emanuel Albu
I uninstalled the plugin, then re-installed it - it just does not work.
Hello Daniel Hug ,
I have already spoken to Emanuel who cannot reproduce this either nor have I seen anyone else reporting similar issues so far which i'm sure you will agree- this makes it impossible for us to investigate.
Are you maybe able to share the same resources you are trying this with please?
Hello Steven Whale
I did the comparison again, and I think I found the issue: Whenever there is a non-ascii character, MT Comparison produces weird results with LC (not with DeepL, DeepL results are always fine).
Try phrases like Müllhalde, Kühlschrank, Großunternehmen, Groß Gerau, König, Österreich, Ästhetisch etc.
Let me know whether this works for you or not.
Hi Daniel Hug,
Thanks for this- we are running tests on this and will get back to you ASAP.
Hi Steven Whale, something odd happened to this thread... but I will send you some files per email now. Kind of a vexing problem... Thanks for looking into it. Daniel