Please, question for Studio users: Is 'Tab as a break character' working
Thread poster: Claudia Alvis

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Jun 13, 2009

I'm still using the release candidate for Studio and I can't get it to segment phrases with the tab mark, so I have: a. [tab] xxxxx, and so on. I'm using a custom Language Resource Template and I've tried several combinations in the Before and After break drop-down menu, and I currently have them both as Anything and also tried to check and unchecked Include closing punctuation. I'm sure that Template is added to the project settings before doing the pre-translation, but nothing works.

Am I doing something wrong with my settings or could this be a bug? Has anybody with Studio managed to use tab as a break character?

Also, for those who've already bought it, did you get it right away or did you have to wait to download it and get a license? It's the weekend and I'm stuck with a document I can't translate with Studio because it's full of tab marks?

I'd appreciate any help. Thanks.

Claudia


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