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30.06.2011 21:33:18
Topic:
Unhandled exception in external .NET Forms Editor

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Please send us your assembly file and the name of the/a Form for which this problem exists.
Send it to support@schaudin.com. Subject: "Unhandled exception in external .NET Forms Editor" Subject: *** Unhandled exception in external .NET Forms Editor Subject: *** Unhandled exception in external .NET Forms Editor
06.07.2011 00:53:29
Topic:
How to insert Carriage Return / New Line

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It is true that a "new line" control character cannot be directly entered in the "Target Edit" text field.

There are three options available for adding a new line control character:


1. Copy & Paste

Copy an existing (non-visible) new line control character (e.g., from a text in Notepad or from the RC-WinTrans "Source Text" edit field) and insert/paste it into the "Target Edit" field.

-> Copy (Ctrl+C) and insert with the "Paste" command (Ctrl+V).


2. MS Word

The text in the "Target Text" field can be edited with Microsoft Word.
Command: "Tools" | "MS Word" (Available since RC-WinTrans 9.)

In Word you can enter a new line with "Return." Use the "Save" command in Word to write the text back to RC-WinTrans.

RC-WinTrans Help Topic:
http://rc-wintrans.schaudin.com/HelpX8/Commands_and_Procedures/EditingTranslations_with_Word.htm


3. Multi-Line Editor Add-On for RC-WinTrans

Add-On Help: http://rc-wintrans.schaudin.com/AddOns/MultiLineEditor/

RC-WinTrans customers can download this add-on from the RC-WinTrans 9 customer download area:
http://www.schaudin.com/download/download_v8.aspx
08.07.2011 21:40:26
Topic:
How to insert Carriage Return / New Line

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On Windows 7 we have tested it with MS Word 2007.
I cannot confirm if it works for Windows 7 and Word 2003- maybe.

Thank you for your reply.
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edited by Support on 09.07.2011
16.07.2011 21:45:47
Topic:
Migration from V7 Database to V9 Database

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Hello Steve,
in the "Database Migration" dialog box UNCHECK the option "Import translations that are indentical to the source text".

25.07.2011 22:12:32
Topic:
Shortcut keys (menu items)

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Accelerator Key
For a selected accelerator key use the "Resource Type Editor" toolbar button to open the "Shortcut Properties" dialog box.
-> See: Accelerator key screenshot...

Menu Item
In the Menu view right-click with the mouse to open the local menu. Select the "Shortcut" command to open the "Shortcut Properties" dialog box.
-> See: Menu view screenshot...
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edited by Support on 25.07.2011
28.07.2011 00:16:10
Topic:
Shortcut keys (menu items)

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I see. The shortcuts in the "Shortcut Properties" dialog box are not up to date- they are for .Net 1.1! We will update this with the shortcuts used with .Net 2.0 through 4.0.

Workaround: Open the Menu view, select the shortcut entry in the "Captions" tab view, then enter the target value "Strg+C" manually in the Translation Edit bar.
-> Image
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edited by Support on 09.08.2011
28.07.2011 23:04:55
Topic:
Shortcut keys (menu items)

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We could not get it working with 'Strg' either.

I tried to create a sample with VS2010 using 'Ctrl' and/or 'Strg' but there is an error message:
"error RG0000: Requested value 'Strg' was not found."

There may be a problem at least since VS2008 and also with VS2010. Or maybe it is the .Net Framework?! Here is what I found:
https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/361798/switching-visual-studio-2008-ide-language-from-english-to-german-produces-compiler-errors-on-resx-file
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edited by Support on 09.08.2011
01.08.2011 16:22:41
Topic:
New language codes to add

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Hello lakuda!

It is ready- you can download the new RC-WinTrans 9 service release.
Build Version: 9.1.1.2 (July 2011)
-> Release Notes...
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edited by Support on 09.08.2011
05.08.2011 22:44:34
Topic:
Migration from V7 Database to V9 Database

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> I don't want to loose identical translated texts (unchecked option) and I don't want
> to fill up untranslated texts with the source text (checked option).
>
This is not possible because of how the data migration works.
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RC-WinTrans X8/9 does not read the V7 database (where all the translation data is available) directly. Instead the migration process uses RC-WinTrans 7 to create the translated target file(s), then RC-WinTrans X8/9 to import the data from the translated files. When importing data from a translated file it is no longer possible to determine whether an item's text, when identical to the source text, was translated identically to the source text in the V7 database or not translated at all.
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So this is the reason- the data from the old V7 database is migrated/imported indirectly using translated target files.
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23.08.2011 12:15:01
Topic:
New language codes to add

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Yes, this language code is to be used for .NET (C#) assemblies.
For Win32 EXE/DLL (C++) this language code not exists.

We will check it and return to you.
24.08.2011 10:29:43
Topic:
New language codes to add

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Workaround:
Use two translation projects. One for your .NET files and one for your Win32 files.
For the project with the Win32 files use the languages Chinese (Simplified) (zh-CN) and Chinese (Traditional) (zh-TW).

Fix:
We will fix this for the next RC-WinTrans 9 service release.
31.08.2011 21:31:32
Topic:
New language codes to add

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It depends. When we have (important) bug fixes and/or new features.
Usually every 2-3 months.
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edited by Support on 15.09.2011
20.09.2011 21:37:17
Topic:
Unhandled exception in external .NET Forms Editor

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Thank you for your return and for this information.
We will check to see what needs to be done.
21.09.2011 20:18:01
Topic:
Update .NET Forms Editor to handle .NET 4.0

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Hello rboutilier,
can you send us a simple sample file we can use to reproduce this exception?
Please send it to support@schaudin.com -- thank you!
27.09.2011 23:23:13
Topic:
New dialogs not appearing as changed source

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Try running the "Update Database" command once again with the option "Force update for unchanged source files" checked.

Help: Source Files dialog box...
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edited by Support on 05.10.2011
28.09.2011 21:18:58
Topic:
Some Changes Protocol files not being created

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>> Shouldn't it create a changes protocol for EVERY DLL in the project?

No.

A protocol file is created only when the file has been changed (new, deleted or changed item).
No changes -- no protocol file.
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edited by Support on 05.10.2011
28.09.2011 21:38:56
Topic:
New dialogs not appearing as changed source

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>> I should clarify... the new dialogs are showing in the Project Overview pane, but they are still
>> not showing in the "Changed Source" pane. Should they be?

This is correct. The "Changed Source" view shows items that have been translated (text/resized items) and modified in the current source file. New items are not shown in this view.

>> "Force update for unchanged source files"
>> Is there a known issue that means it pays to always run this option twice?

No. The database update works very well. There are no known problems.

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edited by Support on 05.10.2011
28.09.2011 22:19:11
Topic:
Error (175): The group number 89 does not exist.

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> ... I get this error when clicking on the "Dialogs (80)" tree-view item under one of the DLL projects
> in the Project Overview pane. What might be causing this?

RC-WinTrans may not be able to find (cannot access) the data for this item as expected and reports this as an error.
It may not be a problem but if you want you can send us the DLL to check (e-mail: support@schaudin.com).
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edited by Support on 29.09.2011
03.10.2011 20:38:56
Topic:
Some Changes Protocol files not being created

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>> So what I don't understand is why some protocol files are being created for DLLs that have no changes,
>> like the PhotoID.dll for example.

I cannot verify how it works for your files but you will get a report when any resources have been changed and the database has been updated.
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edited by Support on 05.10.2011
27.10.2011 10:22:58
Topic:
Changed Source

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Yes. Use a TU's "Translate" attribute.

Example (VBA code):
. Dim TU As TransUnit
. Set TU = RCWinTrans.ActiveTransUnit
. TU.Translate = False

See also the online help under "class TransUnit":
http://www.rc-wintrans.schaudin.com/vbahelp/

Note: We have a free VBA add-on ("Extra Functions") available for downloading.
It adds some useful functionality to the RC-WinTrans application. The VBA code
used to create the add-on is open source.

- Help/Docu: http://www.rc-wintrans.schaudin.com/addons/ExtraFcts/
- Download: http://www.schaudin.com/download/download_public.aspx

-- Support, Schaudin.com
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edited by Support on 28.10.2011
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