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I do not know anything about DigitalCAT. I am on StenoCat and need scoping help, but particularly for a rough on Monday, 4/1. Any info woul be welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm looking for a DigitalCAT scopist to help with some future jobs. Let me know your experience and rates, please :)
I am a PDFproofreader, but also proof in DigitalCAT. If you need help with proofreading, please check out my website, jtproofreading.com or email me at email@example.com.
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One of my CART providing friends called Support, when she got that dreaded message that her dictionary was corrupt.
The support tech -- the very same guy that blocked me from all of the Stenovations groups on Facebook, by the way -- took over her computer ... and could not fix the problem.
She did the job as best she could being a dictionary down, and promised her client a cleaned up copy later.
Then she got on Facebook and wrote about what happened, so I asked her if she would send me her corrupt dictionary, which she did.
I went about it in a rather round-about way, but I was able to fix her dictionary for her ... thanks to an odd error message I remembered seeing a few years ago.
After I fixed her dictionary the first time I then remembered a couple of menu items in the Dictionary Maintenance program, under the Tools menu -- namely the "Compact and Repair" menu item.
I selected that, pointed it to the damaged dictionary, and within minutes, it was fixed.
Not bad for a guy who doesn't work in tech support, huh?
Glen, there are other issues at play that you don't know about. Calling support is always the best plan. :)
Perhaps, but that's not what you posted last month.
So you're saying you don't have a "quick and accurate answer" at the ready, even after telling everybody that what I suggested was "ten years out of date" and how she'd have "all sorts of problems" following what I posted?
In this case, Denise should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sometimes there are issues that I am not able to address and support needs to be involved.
Is anyone else still waiting to see that "quick and accurate answer" ...?
Denise, Please email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for a quick and accurate answer.
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