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 Posted: Fri May 26th, 2006 12:12 pm
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* When creating a new project it takes a very long time to get the browser


* Once a project is loaded and you're for example within a FORM - and the a PATH is highlighted and you then click on EDIT, it gives an error
 "Access violation at address 00404171 in module "Sisulizer.exe' Read of address 00000000"
(same happens when a cell in the STATUS or FLAGS column is highlighted)


* on a large project is does seem slow (runnng the translated project)
(I'm now at more then 4 minutes and it's at 34%)


* can we copy all from the original to the translated version is one "go"?  And if this is possible, will the status then show something like "copied", that way we're at least sure that everything is in the project (ofcourse in the wrong original language that is)

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 Posted: Fri May 26th, 2006 12:13 pm
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in case it matters the version is 1.0.150 running XPPRo  (3Ghz pc with 2Gig of RAM)

 

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 Posted: Fri May 26th, 2006 12:15 pm
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after about 7 minutes I get a VB error (name conflict) and VB as such is started with part of the project.

The original (none-translated) project compiles fines.

 

Could this be because I just created the project, only translated one or two items and then tried to compile?  Must everything be translated before a compile can be done?

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 Posted: Fri May 26th, 2006 02:35 pm
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What is you source you try to localize? Visual Basic source codes?

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 Posted: Fri May 26th, 2006 02:38 pm
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Yes VB6

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 Posted: Mon May 29th, 2006 08:01 am
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> When creating a new project it takes a very long time to get the browser
What do you mean by get the browser

>* Once a project is loaded and you're for example within a FORM - and the a PATH is >highlighted and you then click on EDIT, it gives an error
> "Access violation at address 00404171 in module "Sisulizer.exe' Read of address >00000000"

I could not reproduce this. What did you do to get this error.

> * can we copy all from the original to the translated version is one "go"?  And if this > is possible, will the status then show something like "copied", that way we're at > least sure that everything is in the project (ofcourse in the wrong original language that is)

Select All in the project tree. Press Ctrl+A to select all celsl in the language column. Press Ctrl+Alt+C to copy original to the translation column

Best regards,

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 Posted: Mon May 29th, 2006 04:54 pm
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> When creating a new project it takes a very long time to get the browser
What do you mean by get the browser


FILE-NEW-PROJECT WIZARD- LOCALAIZE A FILE OR FILES - NEXT - the time it takes to get the new screen (a browser were you can select what to "import") is HUGE (minutes)


>* Once a project is loaded and you're for example within a FORM - and the a PATH is >highlighted and you then click on EDIT, it gives an error
> "Access violation at address 00404171 in module "Sisulizer.exe' Read of address >00000000"
I could not reproduce this. What did you do to get this error.
FILE - OPEN - <selected a project that has some untranslated strings> - then I see a "table" with "FLAGS - PATH - STATUS - Original - Dutch", I select  (click in) the 2nd row the word that is in STATUS (Not translated in my example) and click on the EDIT button, and I get the error.

 

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 Posted: Thu Jun 15th, 2006 02:35 am
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Sorry about this delay. I am still working on this. It is a bit hard bug to reproduce but I am getting some progress.

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