Split .ttx Files for TagEditor
Thread poster: jose_jovena
I'm new in this forum, and I hope that from now on, I can help and get helped from other translators.
As the topic subject reads, I'd like to know if there's any possible way to split .ttx files with TagEditor. I know SDLX has a function which does so, but I'd like to know if there's an easier way. Thank you very much for your support.
| | Spiros Doikas
Local time: 01:23
English to Greek
Hi, you can use PlusToyz to convert TTX to DOC, split this DOC into several DOC files and open these in TagEditor.
| | mjragland
Local time: 15:23
German to English
| I have the same problem || Dec 19, 2008 |
I have a huge ttx file to translate and I need to split it into several smaller files because my system cannot handle the nig ttx file.
I tried TTXpress and after installing it found nothing. I mean, how do I open it? Is it supposed to be a toolbar in Word? If so, where is it? I see nothing different and have no clue how to use this program which mysteriously installed itself somewhere without telling me where.
When I try to use Plustoyz I simply get the message:
"The macros in this project are disabled..."
and of course with no help at all on how to enable them.
I have been trying to split this monster file for a week and cannot do so, and I fear if I do not find a solution quickly, I will be in really big trouble. If someone can help, I would appreciate it.
| I splitted it! || Dec 20, 2008 |
I needed to split the ttx files, as I had to give the text to 4 different translators and I needed to make the analyse of the different pieces of it. I managed to do it thanks to Spiros' comment about disabling the protection of the tags and document: I exported the file into a .doc and use Find and Replace for deleting all the tag marks and get a document with the plain text. That way I could count with Word and find the segments where I had to split the tags by. And that way I made different ttx files out of a single one.
The best thing to do it is by selecting the piece of text (the one you want to turn into a single ttx) and cutting it, and then select the rest of the file, and with that selection made, paste the piece you cut on it.
Probably I didn't explain myself very clearly, but I hope it helps.
| Hey mjragland, the steps are for you and not for Jose!! am sorry || Dec 21, 2008 |
I tried TTXpress and after installing it found nothing. I mean, how do I open it? Is it supposed to be a toolbar in Word?......... If someone can help, I would appreciate it.
The below given steps are for your problem in activeting micros in Word.
[Edited at 2008-12-21 17:28 GMT]