Segmentation rule
Thread poster: José Ángel Sánchez

José Ángel Sánchez
Spain
Local time: 01:59
English to Spanish
Feb 18, 2017

Hi,

I´m testing CafeTran with an HTML file. I find non-breaking space codes ( ) all over the text. Is there any way to get rid of them as translatable text? I guess the best way is to create a segmentation rule but I can´t figure this out by myself. Any help on this, please?


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Igor Kmitowski  Identity Verified
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Find and Replace Feb 21, 2017

Hi Jose,

You might try replacing the non-breaking space code   with a normal space via the Edit > Find... dialog. In the Find dialog, switch the scope from Resources to Project source segments, type the   html code in the Find box, type a space in the Replace box and click the "Replace all" button.

Remember to switch back to the Resource scope for the usual search actions.


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José Ángel Sánchez
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Thanks a lot Feb 22, 2017

Thank you for your suggestion, Igor.

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