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skipped sentences in Trados 2007
Thread poster: Kerem Severoğlu
Kerem Severoğlu
Local time: 23:55
English to Turkish
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Jan 5, 2009

As I translate a document with Trados 2007, in the beginning of some sentences (I am still not sure why those sentences), the program places this sign -{}- and do not open these marked sentences. In my last translation it skipped 80 paragraphs this way (about 40 paragraphs were left for translation:).

Anybody have an idea or experienced the same?

Thanks already for any help.


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Wojciech Froelich  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 22:55
English to Polish
Curly brackets strike again Jan 5, 2009

Kerem Severoğlu wrote:

As I translate a document with Trados 2007, in the beginning of some sentences (I am still not sure why those sentences), the program places this sign -{}- and do not open these marked sentences. In my last translation it skipped 80 paragraphs this way (about 40 paragraphs were left for translation:).

Anybody have an idea or experienced the same?

Thanks already for any help.


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