Bug at import lexicon from TXT
Thread poster: mikhailo

mikhailo
Local time: 15:18
English to Russian
+ ...
Nov 24, 2016

At importing lexicon from tabbed TXT segments like following

aaaa[TAB]"BB" CC
BBBB[TAB]"BB" CC ee
......

CUT OFF TO

aaaa[TAB]BB
BBBB[TAB]BB
.....


 

MikeTrans
Germany
Local time: 14:18
Italian to German
+ ...
Yes, and I found no means to correct this in the past... Dec 19, 2016

Hi,
this is indeed a very old quirk since I used DVX. It was also still there in DVX2 and probably DVX3. As a remedy I have build a macro in UltraEdit to correct it and to take out the " .
The workaround is to use the Excel import/export.

Mike


 

mikhailo
Local time: 15:18
English to Russian
+ ...
TOPIC STARTER
re Dec 19, 2016

MikeTrans wrote:

Hi,
this is indeed a very old quirk since I used DVX. It was also still there in DVX2 and probably DVX3. As a remedy I have build a macro in UltraEdit to correct it and to take out the " .
The workaround is to use the Excel import/export.

Mike


Unfortunately MS stuff has bad REGEX support.


 


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