Some of the “users” (actually they were just potential users) couldn’t start the B3S SubTranslator, so I feel obligated to write a little information on the “Requirements and warnings of the B3S SubTranslator application”.
1.1. Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0
- Application Error
- The application failed to initialize properly (0x00000000). Click OK to terminate the application.
The usual reason for this error is the fact that you don’t have Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0 or higher. You can download the MS.Net Framework 2.0 here
Install it, and restart your computer. This should fix the problem, so try to run the B3S SubTranslator again.
1.2. Compatible configuration file
If you have already discovered that you can keep your preferred settings when updating the application to a new version by NOT REPLACING the configuration.xml file, you are right, but. But sometimes the configuration file is modified in the new version, so you should replace your old file, and reconfigure your application options.
If you get behavior like this:
- the application fails to start
- the application does not do anything
- it does not report any error
Try to do the following, sometimes, the problem is in the configuration file.
- Find the folder where the B3S SubTranslator application is located
- Open the “Configurations” folder and delete the “Configuration.xml” file.
“Configuration.xml” file is sometimes modified in a new version of the application, and sometimes it is not backward compatible, so you need to delete it.
1.3. Compatible dictionary file
- you have a problem with loading the dictionaries
- a certain dictionary is empty
This is usually a problem that occurs when you update your B3S SubTranslator application to a new version, but you continue to use the old dictionary. Try again with the new dictionaries, and check if the problem persists.
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