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what happens if I am in partial tag text (Tag Editor 7)
Thread poster: Marion Delarue

Marion Delarue  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 05:29
Spanish to French
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Apr 16, 2008

Hi!

In my manual, I have been told to make sure all the tags were visible.
I thought I chose the options View-Tag text-Complete, but now I just realized I was in Partial Tag Text.
What can happen?
thank you


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Marina Soldati  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 01:29
Member (2005)
English to Spanish
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No problem Apr 16, 2008

Hi Marion,

I`m not a TagEditor expert, but I don´t think there is a problem whether you view the tag text completely or partially.
What you should do to keep all the tags in place is to set the Strictness level to Strict, so that TagEditor can verify that all the tags are there before closing the segment.
To do this go to Tools > Options > Verification, and set the Strictness level to Strict.
Besides, you can switch the View level, from partial to complete anytime.
HTH
Marina


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