Using .inx files in Across
Thread poster: xxxHilzendegen

xxxHilzendegen
Local time: 05:06
English to German
Sep 1, 2008

Hi!

I am trying to translate an inx file in across, but I am unsure, where the translatable content is. Is there a schema or dtd that I can use as reference, or does anybody know, which tags contain translatables?

Oh, and another problem:

I have found translatable content in the pcnt-tags, but for whatever reason, the segments start with "c_". Am I doing something wrong, or do I just have to live with this?


Thanks!
Marko


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Selcuk Akyuz  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 07:06
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Not sure but Sep 1, 2008

Normally you should select the standard INX format in Document setting template.
In that case pcnt tags are not visible. As for the "c_" problem, I wonder if the original file was InCopy, saved as incx and then imported into InDesign.


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Uwe Schwenk
United States
Local time: 22:06
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.INX Files Sep 2, 2008

Which version of across are you using?

Uwe


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Uwe Schwenk
United States
Local time: 22:06
English to German
INX. Sep 2, 2008

Selcuk Akyuz wrote:

Normally you should select the standard INX format in Document setting template.
In that case pcnt tags are not visible. As for the "c_" problem, I wonder if the original file was InCopy, saved as incx and then imported into InDesign.



You could be right because incx is the inCopy format for CS2.

Uwe


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xxxHilzendegen
Local time: 05:06
English to German
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my silly mistake Sep 2, 2008

Uwe Schwenk wrote:

You could be right because incx is the inCopy format for CS2.


Worse,
I used tagged xml instead of visual xml! running smoothly now. But now some of the sentences are fragmented. is there a way to join segments?


Marko


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Uwe Schwenk
United States
Local time: 22:06
English to German
Joining Segments Sep 2, 2008

Hilzendegen wrote:

Uwe Schwenk wrote:

You could be right because incx is the inCopy format for CS2.


Worse,
I used tagged xml instead of visual xml! running smoothly now. But now some of the sentences are fragmented. is there a way to join segments?


Marko


Marko,

look at my answer concerning splitting under the link below. However, that depends how you have set up your workflow.

http://www.proz.com/forum/across_support/109366-is_there_a_way_to_manually_adjust_segmentation_in_across.html


Uwe


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