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Thread poster: mariechris
mariechris  Identity Verified
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Apr 17, 2007

Bonjour,

J'utilise Wordfast pour la première fois et je voudrais traduire 2 phrases en une. Comme Wordfast prend les phrases 1 à 1, comment puis-je avoir les 2 dans le même segment? J'ai esayé avec l'icône "expand", mais rien ne se passe...
Merci pour votre aide!


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Mihaela BUFNILA  Identity Verified
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Il devrait se passer... Apr 17, 2007

...à condition qu’il n’y ait un ENTER entre les deux propositions. S’il y a, essayez de l’annuler et ensuite allongez de nouveau. J’espère que ça va.

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mariechris  Identity Verified
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non, il n'y a pas ENTER Apr 17, 2007

Mihaela BUFNILA wrote:

...à condition qu’il n’y ait un ENTER entre les deux propositions. S’il y a, essayez de l’annuler et ensuite allongez de nouveau. J’espère que ça va.



Non, il n'y a pas ENTER entre les 2 phrases. Je suis désespéree car apparemment, cet icône "expand" ne fonctionne pas du tout (j'ai essayé à plusieurs endroits). Où faut-il mettre le curseur et à quel moment faut-il cliquer sur l'icône?


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Dan Marasescu  Identity Verified
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Force segment Apr 17, 2007

Essaie de sélectionner le texte qui doit former le segment et utilise la commande Force segment. Ca devrait marcher.

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mariechris  Identity Verified
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Ça marche! Apr 17, 2007

Super, ça a effectivement marché en sélectionnant les 2 phrases et en forçant la segmentation! Mille fois merci!

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Claire Cox
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How to use force segment as you work? Apr 18, 2007

I thought Dan's solution might be the answer to my problem as I'm currently translating a file I've converted from pdf and often end up with the sentences split in strange ways. However, if you only realise that the sentence is split when you start a segment, how can you use force segment then? I have tried, but it messes up the delimiters or tells me it can't use text within a segment....

Many thanks

Claire


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Dan Marasescu  Identity Verified
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Ctrl+Del Apr 18, 2007

Hi Claire,

You need to restore the source segment before using the Force Segment command. To do this, press Ctrl+Del when your segment is open. The source text will be restored and the segment will be closed. Now you can select the text and use Force Segment (Shift+Alt+Down). This command deletes any separators inside the selection.

I hope this works,
Dan


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