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How can I clean up the TagEditor file after editing?
Thread poster: Marina SP
Marina SP Local time: 00:59 English to Russian + ...
Mar 16, 2009
I know TagEditor problems have been discussed on this forum before. I understand that to clean up or safe target file only it's necessary to keep the file in the original directory where it was created. How can I clean up the .ttx file after editing, when the original TagEditor file was created by a translator and the client needs me to finalize the file and clean it up? I tried changing the directory to the current one in NotePad, but it did not work. Any ideas? Thank you so much!
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Is the ending of the files *.rtf.ttx or something similar?
Mar 16, 2009
Perhaps the final files are from a program you do not have, so you cannot clean them up? Do you get any errors?
I never have the files in the same directory as the one I received them (I keep a copy in a folder named Original, and work on the copy in the folder Translation) and I have not encountered any problems, though to be more truthful, the client usually wants the *.ttx and not a clean file.
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