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NAPS, anyone using it? (InDeisgn to XLIFF)
Thread poster: Rahi Moosavi

Rahi Moosavi  Identity Verified
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Farsi (Persian) to English
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Dec 2, 2008

Hi

I came about this link from Google about a software - CopyFlow Gold- for converting InDesign CS3/4 files to XLIFF, wonder if anyone has used this program?

http://www.napsys.com/?gclid=CK7i37O_oZcCFQsh3godwCSmDA

Because if it works properly, translating XLIFF files in TagEditor would be a great deal easier than normal INX->TTX with all the tags.

Best

Rahi


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