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how to translate ttx. files using WordFast
Thread poster: Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD

Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD  Identity Verified
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Feb 17, 2007

I've downloaded TTXpress and converted ttx.
files into rtf.
I'd like to translate these rtf files using WordFast. But WordFast attempts to translate tags. Could anyone help me please ? Maybe someone faced the same problem and found a way out.



[Edited at 2007-02-17 09:58]


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Jing Nie
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Delete all tags Feb 17, 2007

You may delete all tags in the RTF file, then translate them using WF. But it can not be converted back into TTX file.I remember that all tags are in "Courier New"font, you may search and delete all characters in "Courier New"font in MS WORD.

Your client may create a TM from the uncleaned word file. Then using the TM to translate the TTX file.


Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD wrote:

I've downloaded TTXpress and converted ttx.
files into rtf.
I'd like to translate these rtf files using WordFast. But WordFast attempts to translate tegs. Could anyone help me please ? Maybe someone faced the same problem and found a way out.




[Edited at 2007-02-17 01:26]


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Milan Condak  Identity Verified
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Wordfast forum Feb 17, 2007

Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD wrote:

Maybe someone faced the same problem and found a way out.


You can search Wordfast forum through Opensubscriber:

http://www.opensubscriber.com/search?q=TTX&c=161

Here are 54 mails to TTX topic.

Milan


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Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD  Identity Verified
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I need RTF files converted back into TTX files Feb 17, 2007

NieJing wrote:

You may delete all tags in the RTF file, then translate them using WF. But it can not be converted back into TTX file.




The thing is that I need RTF files converted back into TTX files.
Any more variants?


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Jing Nie
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Maybe a Trados demo version is enough Feb 17, 2007

I just search the Proz forum, and found this. Maybe it is helpful.

http://hun.proz.com/topic/54346

Sonja mentioned a CAT tool called XLIFF Editor ( www.heartsome.net ) that handles TagEditor files. Heartsome offers trial versions of all their tools.


But I think if the ttx file is not too long, you may use a demo version of trados , and translate the ttx file directly in the trados.


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Have you marked the tags with tw4winExternal? Feb 18, 2007

Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD wrote:
I've downloaded TTXpress and converted ttx files into rtf. I'd like to translate these rtf files using WordFast. But WordFast attempts to translate tags.


It's been a while since I used TTXpress, but it sounds to me like the RTF created by TTXpress doesn't have tw4win styles in it. You would need to mark the tags as tw4winExternal or tw4winInternal before starting the translation with Wordfast. See the appendixes of the Wordfast manual about how to do that (a quick read of the Tortoise Tagger user manual might also be enlightening).


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Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD  Identity Verified
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The Tags have tw4winExternal style Feb 18, 2007

Samuel Murray wrote:
It's been a while since I used TTXpress, but it sounds to me like the RTF created by TTXpress doesn't have tw4win styles in it. You would need to mark the tags as tw4winExternal or tw4winInternal before starting the translation with Wordfast.


The Tags have tw4winExternal style. Please have a look at
my printscreen uploaded at http://rapidshare.com/files/17083801/__________.GIF.html

[Edited at 2007-02-18 17:33]


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Daniel García
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Those red tags are internal tags and part of the sentence Feb 18, 2007

Vadzim Yaskevich, PhD wrote:

Samuel Murray wrote:
It's been a while since I used TTXpress, but it sounds to me like the RTF created by TTXpress doesn't have tw4win styles in it. You would need to mark the tags as tw4winExternal or tw4winInternal before starting the translation with Wordfast.


The Tags have tw4winExternal style. Please have a look at
my printscreen uploaded at http://rapidshare.com/files/17083801/__________.GIF.html

[Edited at 2007-02-18 17:33]


Hi, Vadzim,

Those red tags are "internal tags". You have to place them in the right position in your sentence (which might not be the same as English).

It is a normal situation when translating this type of files.

I don't have the Wordfast manual at hand but have a look at it. I'm sure there is a clear explanation about internal tags.

Daniel


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