"Ini" files in Studio: where do they go?
Thread poster: Edric Barbosa Filho

Edric Barbosa Filho
Local time: 11:02
English to Portuguese
Nov 11, 2009

Hi all

Despite being able to translate legacy TTXs in Studio perfectly, I haven't found where do I set the "ini" file the client sends for translating in Tag Editor. Thus, Studio always tells me that WYSIWYG is not possible because the lack of the corresponding segmentaion "ini" file.

Does anyone know about that?icon_smile.gif

Thanks

Edric


 

Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 16:02
Member (2003)
Polish to German
+ ...
No "ini" files in SDL Studio Nov 11, 2009

They have been replaced by "sdlfiletype" files.
This is nearly the same - to get an ini file usable in Studio, you need to upgrade it.
Go to Tools - Options - File types, chose New and create a new setting file using the ini (import it to the new one). I think the creation process is very logical and quite easy.
As for the TTX file - this will however not help, as TTX files do have an own sdlfiletype file, which covers the TTX compatibility. So you do not need any ini for woking with legacy ttx files.

Best regards
Jerzy


 

Edric Barbosa Filho
Local time: 11:02
English to Portuguese
TOPIC STARTER
Thank you!!! Nov 11, 2009

You "da man", Jerzyicon_smile.gif

Thank you

Edric


 


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