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Detecting language please wait for.......
This type of error, which does not allow you to continue, is triggered when, after choosing a project template, you decide to change languages. From there, even if you already selected a project file or files, Studio will not recognize it/them. I believe there is some programming logic that is not working here.
To circumvent this, simply cancel the operation and restart again a new project. Then, first, go straight to the languages boxes and make the corresponding changes. It is very likely that you need to do this because none of your templates has the language pair you are choosing. Then, instead of hitting "Finish", press "Next" since you will need to add suitable TMs, termbases, etc. If you want to save those project settings as a new template you will have to create a separate new project template in Home / Tasks / Create Project Template.
Has there been a solution to the problem?
Here is a screen capture:
...as you can see all four files are .docx, and Studio counts them as both translatable and non-translatable... and refuses to go on. I cannot set up the project and cannot start with the translation.
The deadline is quite short.
1. Trados is installed on drive C: (an SSD with just Windows 10 and other installed programs on it) and the project is on drive D: (HD with my data), none is a network drive.
2. By the way, I was able to solve the problem while waiting for an answer :) I just added the first file, not all four of them and I was able to proceed with the next step.
I am planning on adding the remaining three files when the project has been created successfully.
Trados strikes again! It is very possible that this indeed has to do with changing languages, as I did change the source language to GB and for Trados it is still US (please, see highlight above). Paul, this bug needs to be given priority for fixing: it is already the end of January, 2019 and several months have passed since this was first reported and SDL has been aware of it!
Any updates on this issue? Please have a look at what's happening to me below.
This error appears even though the file is editable:
So I follow your instructions and I cancel the dialogue box to start again. Here's what comes up now:
I'm completely stuck here - can't even close Trados without hitting a Ctrl + Alt + Delete.