How to translate TagEditor ttx files with Across?
Thread poster: Selcuk Akyuz

Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
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Nov 9, 2008

Dear colleagues,

I wonder if it is possible to use Across for translation of ttx files. It is not listed among the supported file types but with the proper settings I believe it can be achieved. Any recommendations?



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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
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SP3d released today May 4, 2009

Across_v4.00_SP3d released today. TTX is not included in the supported file types, but considering that SDL Trados Studio 2009's file format will be SDL XLIFF, support for ttx files is no more required.

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Uwe Schwenk
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TTX files May 4, 2009

Selcuk,

TTX is a proprietary format by SDL, and translating them with across is not an option. Dont forget that across does not use the concept of bilingual files as SDL does.

You can import TTX files into CrossTank, but thats about it.

As for SDL XLIFF, I dont know if Trados has their own XLIFF filter with the new version because before the files were treated as XML.


Uwe


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