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I have a problem when using the Snippet Plug-in 1.0 to process *.xml files. I have set the elements as is described on the page 225 of the Translator's Workbench manual, in order for Tageditor to parse CDATA in an *.xml document I am translating. However I have been unsuccessful with the last step, i.e. getting Tageditor to identify tags within the CDATA sections. I get an error message (as is in the subject of this topic), when confirming processing the file with the settings defined in the Snippet Plug-in and then the *.xml file opens in Tageditor, but the tags still display as regular translatable text. The same is when I open the *.xml.ttx file created by the mark-up plug-in.
Can anyone help?
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