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Exported Indesign File and Trados
Thread poster: hzhang

Local time: 09:24
English to Chinese
Oct 6, 2005


We are working on a large translation project. Source files were in Indesign which we've extracted and obtained .isc files from.

Everything seemed to work fine, but we are now getting the following error message when opening either the source .isc file or the translated .isc file using Trados TagEditor, version 6.5:

(35017): SSLex0105e: Invalid token, Line5, Offset 1, <

Does somebody know what this means and how to correct it?

Thank you very much for your replies!

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Black & White
Local time: 14:24
English to Spanish
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TTX format is the solution. Using Trados 7.0 Oct 7, 2005

I have the same problem.

You could try download a demo version of Trados 7.0.

You can open ISC file using Trados 7.0. and save it into TTX format. Trados 7.0 support 100 lines in TM Workbench only. After recover ISC format with TagEditor 7.0 and save into TTX, you could open version 6.5 and open TTX file and just translate.

Good luck!!!
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