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From: "Jeff Piper" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Question for John re: TMG Utility/languages/custom sentences
Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 17:41:51 -0000
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I had a similar problem when installing the UK version and transferring
sentences. The following, provided by Peter Thompson, was how I got an
EnglishUK language for v5.

TMG utility takes its list of sentences from the file tmgutil5.ini which is
in the TMG Utility directory (default c:\program files\tmg Utility 5 ).
Open tmgutil5.ini in a text editor.
Go to the section [LanguageChoices];
at the end of that section add Language13=EnglishUK

If you have the language packs installed and can see them in TMG then it may
be that they are missing in the tmgutil5.ini (tmgutil.ini in v6).

Jeff Piper
Co. Durham
Land of the Prince Bishops

----- Original Message -----
From: "DeAnna Burghart" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, March 06, 2005 5:27 PM
Subject: [TMG] Question for John re: TMG Utility/languages/custom sentences

> Well, I decided to take the leap, so today I'm trying to use your TMGU to
> copy my custom sentences from English (U.S.) to English 2. I'm running
> into
> a snag that is undoubtedly user error, but I can't figure out where: I
> don't
> have any language but English listed in the language lists. When I try to
> use Copy Custom Sentences, the best I can get is Copy FROM language
> Copy TO language ENGLISH. I have the same problem with all the other
> language-related functions -- no option but ENGLISH. Clearly I've set
> something up wrong. But since my language packs are installed, I can't
> figure out what.
> Help, please?
> DeAnna
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> DeAnna Burghart
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