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Re: DVX3: corrupt settings file.

Thanks a lot. In the end I searched for settings.mdv with Regedit and managed to set it to a different folder. That fixed the problem, happily. Roy 2015-09-03
Roy Østensen
8:12 AM
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133503

Re: DVX3: corrupt settings file.

Hi Roy, the settings path is set in the Register: HKCU\Software\ATRIL\Déjà Vu X3\SettingsPath Best regards, Henk Hi Roy, the settings path is set in the
san_he_99
6:43 AM
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133502

DVX3: corrupt settings file.

Hi! Which file registers the path to the settings file? As it is now I only get error messages when starting DVX3 so that I cannot choose a new one. And the
Roy Østensen
5:05 AM
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133501

Re: Translating for a Drupal based website

@crysolgzz wrote: "I'll begin by getting more familiar with Drupal and its processes." Good luck with that, Drupal has a fairly high learning threshold with
joakim.schramm
Sep 2
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133500

Re: Website translation

Exactly Michelle, and if you get the text for them, you're bound to miss something and they have now idea how to put the text back in the right place! Kind
Jenny Zonneveld
Sep 2
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133499

Re: Website translation - XML translation

Just another thought - the files may simply not import because they contain illegal XML charaacters - look in the Archive for details of how to find and fix
Duncan R. Bell
Sep 2
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133498

Re: Website translation - XML translation

On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 1:12 PM, translator@... [dejavu-l] < ... Yes. Unfortunately for us, XML is an "eXtensible Markup Language", that is, the author
Hector D Calabia
Sep 1
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133497

Re: Website translation - XML translation

Thanks for this link, and thanks Jenny for your clear instructions. I'll have a go next time the problem arises... Regards, Isabel Hull
isabelhull
Sep 1
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133496

Re: Max. length of TB entries?

Op 31-8-2015 om 14:19 schreef 'Nico van de Water' nicovdwater@... ... Hi Nico, If I'm not mistaken, the comma is the spoilsport here. You can put a string
Jeroen Vanlaer - Sophronius
Sep 1
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133495

Re: Website translation - XML translation

... See this message in the archives about creating an xml filter: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dejavu-l/conversations/topics/100571
asaptraduction
Sep 1
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133494

Re: Website translation - XML translation

Sorry, these instructions are based on DVX3. Hope it works in more or less the same way in DVX2. Kind regards, Jenny Using: DVX3 Build 730 WG, working in the
Jenny Zonneveld
Sep 1
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133493

Re: Website translation - XML translation

First of all you have to create an xml filter based on the file you want to import, and then you have to tweak the filter Go to new, and create a new XML
Jenny Zonneveld
Sep 1
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133492

Re: Website translation - XML translation

Following on from this thread about website translation, please could someone give me an idiot's guide to translating XML files in DVX2? When I try to import
isabelhull
Sep 1
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133491

Re: Website translation

... I wouldn't do it any other way - but except in *very* rare cases I refuse this type of job because clients usually do not understand all the work involved
Michelle Asselin
Aug 31
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133490

Re: Website translation

"the webmaster needs to provide a copy of the full directory structure with all the necessary content" Aha, that's what it was.  I told you it was a long time
Alison Penfold
Aug 31
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