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Boris Rogowski Germany Local time: 21:14 Member (2008) English to German
Jun 25, 2008
Does anybody have experience with and/or an explanation for this problem:
After opening an .inx file in TagEditor 8 and saving it again some text elements in the document appear misplaced. The respective document is a brochure with table elements, and some of the table content in the target document does not appear in the proper place.
No changes whatsoever have been made to the document, it has simply been opened and saved as target again.
this is usually due to lack of space on a particular page. Note that translations are sometimes much longer than the original text and thus require more space on the page. The DTP specialist should simply import the INX file and adjust any graphic/text elements as required. This is not a task for translators.
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Han Li China Local time: 03:14 English to Chinese + ...
Jun 25, 2008
I had a similar problem before, in the case, it's some text and layouts changed, and I don't know what's wrong with it, so I have to adjust the layouts manually based on a referenced PDF file. I think you need to adjust the size of table. Maybe it’s just the table is overflow the box.
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