The end quality of XLIFF files
Thread poster: Olav Karlsen

Olav Karlsen
Local time: 05:04
English to Norwegian
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Jul 24, 2014

Much as I enjoy the speed of working with multiple files in DVX3 compared to Trados, DVX3 cannot be relied upon to keep tags in good order. I still (after having used DVX2 for years) need to export the TM, import it into Trados, and hunt for missing tags in the Trados editor. Some half-sentences also mysteriously disappear in the process. Why? This takes extra time. I expect Atril to address the problem and offer full compatibility with Trados after having worked with the compatiblility matter so long.


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