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Can someone confirm that the app does not run at all with 2019 SR2? I have encountered a similar problem with the Community Advanced Display Filter. It's hard for me to believe that a minor update (SR2) can wreak such havoc on existing and needed plugins.
I cannot confirm both problems. T-Window works properly and also does CADF. Maybe you need to load the latest version of CADF to make it work?
Hello John Mercer ,
We have for example recently updated the CADF app and tested this a lot on SR".
Could you maybe explain the issues you are having and what you think is not working please, so we can look at this.
Maybe even posting a couple of screenshots would be useful.
Thanks for your replies,
I do have the latest version of the plugin, In the meantime, I have found this in the SDL Knowledge Base::
The error message I get is the same as shown in the screenshot.
I have now tried both plugins (CADF and T-Window) on my home PC. Studio and plugins are all the latest version, Nothing works on two PCs. T-Window won't even appear.
The gateway article you have mentioned was released before the latest updates of CADF.
So please remove any mention of the application from these folders-
c:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\SDL\SDL Trados Studio\15\Plugins\Packages\#appnamec:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\SDL\SDL Trados Studio\15\Plugins\Unpacked\#appname
Restart your machine and reinstall the application
In regards to T-Window- this is actually something we are looking into updating for SR2 (it currently doesn't work- you are correct).
I tried that too, but it did not help. The problem with the plugin is that renders Studio completely inoperable. If you try to open any file in any project, you get an error message and then are unable to do anything else, except restart Studio and uninstall the plugin. If it definitely works with 2019 SR2, as you say, there must be another explanation (perhaps major conflict with a different plugin?). Again, I have tried to install the plugin on two machines. One had 2017 co-installed and the other did not.
Hello John Mercer,
I am inclined to believe ...
John Mercer said: (perhaps major conflict with a different plugin?)
... as no one else is reporting this, and we have been unable to reproduce the problem.
This however could be an SDL plugin or even a totally unrelated third party software.
The only way I can see of narrowing this down is to remove all the plugins you have installed ( I can appreciate this is not ideal, especially if you have a lot of plugins installed) -
Then install CADF- determine if everything runs fine and then install the next plug in (from the app store)- until the culprit is found.
Well, I uninstalled all my plugins and... it did not rectify my calamity. So my guess is, there is no plugin conflict after all. Since you confirmed that T-Window does not run, I also removed any remnants of it too. I've run out of ideas.
This is indeed very strange.
Can you tell us please which Windows version you have installed and whether you are using PC or MAC.
Also are you installing the software locally or on the cloud (Dropbox etc.)
Please follow the instruction on the following trouble shooting SDL Community Wiki's and ensure everything is completely up yo date-
This resolves many issues
One everything is updated, you might need to reset Studio-
On both PCs, I am running the latest version of Windows 10 Pro. I installed the plugin locally. Again, the message I get is: Key already exists, Parameter name: Key. This has been logged in the SDL community as causing problems with Studio 2019. After the message appears, you cannot continue working with Studio. I'll keep plugging along...
I was finally able to get the CADF running, although I'm not sure why it only works the following way for me:
I once again deleted everything under...\Plugins\Packages und \Plugin\Unpacked. A colleague of mine suggested not running the .sdlplugin file, but simply copying the file to the \Packages folder. I was skeptical, but it worked. Apparently, Studio opens and unpacks the contents of the .sdlplugin in the \Unpacked folder when it is started. At any rate, I'm sort of back to being a happy camper. Now. all I have to do is reinstall all the other plugins again...
Confirming problems with running T-Window with Studio SR2. Even the app description on the App Store says it's only compatible with SR1. Any chance for an update?