S-Tagger for Interleaf : Document not verified
Thread poster: NancyLynn

NancyLynn
Canada
Local time: 23:00
Member (2002)
French to English
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Jan 29, 2004

Good morning all,
My brain is shrinking, I think, because I went through the steps with the client for another set of docs only 3 days ago and now it seems I'm skipping or missing something, ceause the message keeps coming: document not verified.
Here is what I"ve done:
1) store orignial .rtf file in source folder on desktop
2) stored completed .ttx files in target folder on desktop
3) In Paths, put the source folder in the top line and targer folder in bottom line
4)ensure language is correct
5) Verify S-tags, and get error message.
Help, please!
TIA
Nancy


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
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Pls provide more details Jan 29, 2004

ie detailed paths to your documents, which version of S-Tagger are you working with, what were the source documents, and WHAT KIND OF ERROR DO YOU GET!

The settings can be for example:
...projectfolder\\source for source files
...projectfolder\\targer for target files

Give me the chance to help you and provide some more details

Kind regards
Jerzy


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
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Did you convert the files on your PC Jan 29, 2004

or have you got them converted by the customer?
If you did not convert them on your PC, you cannot verify them there.

Jerzy


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Wojciech Froelich  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 05:00
English to Polish
Let's see Jan 29, 2004


1) store orignial .rtf file in source folder on desktop
2) stored completed .ttx files in target folder on desktop
3) In Paths, put the source folder in the top line and targer folder in bottom line
4)ensure language is correct
5) Verify S-tags, and get error message.


1+3. RTF is not original format for Interleaf, so you should place your source folder in the 'Source STF and ORG files' line (middle one).
2. I guess that if you have source files in RTF format (probably converted from IASCII by client) you should also use RTF as format for target files.

Jerzy: Even if the files were not converted on your computer, you can still verify them. The verification process works by comparing the tags in the source (untranslated) STF files against the tags in the target (translated) STF files.

HTH,
Wojtek Froelich


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