How do you import XLIFF files in CafeTran?
Thread poster: Meta Arkadia

Meta Arkadia
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Jan 8, 2013

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How do you import/translate XLIFF files in CafeTran? Can you translate them in CafeTran directly?

Cheers,

Hans


 

Igor Kmitowski  Identity Verified
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SDLXLIFF in CafeTran Jan 8, 2013

Hello,

In the Project Manager, click the Translate TTX, SDLXLIFF or SDLPPX files and next choose a SDLXLIFF file or folder with your files. CafeTran will glue them and display for translation in its grid. After you finish the translation, choose Project | Save Project.

If your SDLXLIFF files are packaged in the SDLPPX project file, choose this file in the Project Manager. After you finish the translation, select Project | Save Project As..., and choose Package as the type of the file.

Igor

Meta Arkadia wrote:

[Sorry for the addition "without capital letters" in the subject line, but a note says you can't use "all caps".]

How do you import/translate XLIFF files in CafeTran? Can you translate them in CafeTran directly?


 

xxxtrhanslator
Should be possible Jan 8, 2013

The normal way would be to process the SDL package but in the Wiki I've found this:

http://cafetran.wikidot.com/translating-sdlxliff-files

HTH!


 


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