SDL Passolo 2007: parser files
Thread poster: woodstar

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Sep 4, 2009

Hi,
I have SDL Passolo 2007 which came with the Studio 2009 package.
I have received an lpu + csv file from the customer (I think the csv is for reference only) to translate in Passolo. However, when I open it I get error messages complaining about a lacking parser.
I have received a parser from the client in the form of a dat file, but Passolo seems to need either a pai or dll file.
Since I am not used to translate in Passolo, could someone please help out and explain how to go about here?
I opened the csv file to check the format, and it looks like this:
00437E9F/428/0 "English string" "Translated string" (in cases where there are previous translations already)
and
00437E9F/428/0 "English string" "English string" (in cases where a new translation is to go)
I.e., it looks like there is a tab and a space between each cell in the record.
Grateful for any help asap.
Thanks in advance!

[Edited at 2009-09-04 11:56 GMT]


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