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Knowledge Base : TshwaneDJe Software

The TshwaneDJe Knowledge Base contains a small collection of technical articles with information on specific issues to assist you with the configuration or use of our software. You can search through the Knowledge Base using the search box below, or by browsing the list of articles. We will continually be adding new articles over time. If you don't find a solution here, please also try the FAQ or other support resources.

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List of Knowledge Base Articles

• -1 Error When Saving Document
• Apple Mavericks File Dialog Problem
• How to Open Multiple Documents Simultaneously on Mac OS X
• Known issues with different 'HTML window providers' (Web layout engine for Preview Area etc.)
• Linux: Running TLex on Linux using Wine
• Mac: Bold Formatting Not Working in Preview on Mac for Some Fonts
• ODBC and MySQL Troubleshooting
• ODBC and PostgreSQL Error "CAST(timeofday() AS timestamp)
• ODBC and PostgreSQL Error Code 126
• ODBC: Performance Tuning a Large TLex / tlTerm / tlDatabase Database [Advanced]
• ODBC: Where to get ODBC client drivers
• Remove Empty PCDATA 'Text' Nodes From a Document
• Sample Lua Scripts and Extra Sample TLex, tlTerm and tlDatabase Files
• Small-caps Style Not Displaying Correctly in Preview Area
• Software Activation Troubleshooting



The quick-help below shows you how to construct advanced search queries on the Knowledge Base.

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|ORwindows | odbc
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@(1-9)Within x words of one another, any order"windows odbc"@8
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