which is odd but not impossible. I think you should use an escape sequence here, like &crlf; ¶ (just guessing), or any escape sequence that your CAT tool accepts, but bear in mind that it probably should be converted back to the CRLF when feeding the file back to MemoQ.
Samuel Murray wrote:
When I perform a bilingual export in MemoQ, I notice that some of the tags have line breaks in them:
The CAT tool I'm using to translate/edit these files can't handle line breaks inside segments, so I have to replace the line break with something. Should I replace it with nothing, or with a space? I know that it depends on the variant of XML whether a line break is interpreted as a space or as no space, hence my question.
In other words should I change this:
or into this:
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