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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
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Two interesting articles in the latest issue of Multilingual Computing & Technology magazine:

- Options for editing an XLIFF file, by Martin Wunderlich -- A comparative overview of available tools and methods

- Localizing InDesign Documents, by Uwe Scholz & Roman Kotzsch -- Conversion tools and processes used in this desktop publishing product

Both articles are clear and comprehensive, and I found them both interesting and useful.

Happy reading
Roberta


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Rodolfo Raya  Identity Verified
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Links for on-line reading Nov 16, 2005

Roberta Anderson wrote:

Two interesting articles in the latest issue of Multilingual Computing & Technology magazine:

- Options for editing an XLIFF file, by Martin Wunderlich -- A comparative overview of available tools and methods

- Localizing InDesign Documents, by Uwe Scholz & Roman Kotzsch -- Conversion tools and processes used in this desktop publishing product


Hi Roberta,

Could you post links to the articles for on-line reading?

Best regards,
Rodolfo


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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
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Hi Rodolfo,

you are right, it would be useful
I checked their website (www.multilingual.com), but could not find them there; I could only find articles from previous issues, so they may become available at a later date...

For future reference: the articles I mentioned above are from issue #76 (Volume 16 Issue 8)

Sorry!
Roberta

[Edited at 2005-11-16 11:34]


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Martin Wunderlich
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Hi Roberta,

Thank you for the reference to the article. I am very glad to hear that it was interesting. Actually, I am amazed to see that someone's read it. I thought it might be a bit of a minority interest.

Just to point out that there is some additional material available in the download section of my website www.martinwunderlich.com, for instance a customised XML filter for XLIFF files that will allow you to edit them using Deja Vu.

Best regards,

Martin

Roberta Anderson wrote:

Two interesting articles in the latest issue of Multilingual Computing & Technology magazine:

- Options for editing an XLIFF file, by Martin Wunderlich -- A comparative overview of available tools and methods

- Localizing InDesign Documents, by Uwe Scholz & Roman Kotzsch -- Conversion tools and processes used in this desktop publishing product

Both articles are clear and comprehensive, and I found them both interesting and useful.

Happy reading
Roberta


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Mohamed  Identity Verified
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Thanks Martin Feb 13, 2006

Martin Wunderlich wrote:

Hi Roberta,

Thank you for the reference to the article. I am very glad to hear that it was interesting. Actually, I am amazed to see that someone's read it. I thought it might be a bit of a minority interest.

Just to point out that there is some additional material available in the download section of my website www.martinwunderlich.com, for instance a customised XML filter for XLIFF files that will allow you to edit them using Deja Vu.

Best regards,

Martin


It was actually very usful.
Thanks!
Mohamed


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