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Corrupt non-English characters on some strings @ TRADOS 2007 to Word
Thread poster: DorZL
DorZL  Identity Verified
Israel
Local time: 20:00
English to Hebrew
+ ...
Dec 14, 2009

Hi,

When I export my TRADOS ttx files to clean rtf, some non-English strings (Hebrew) appear as corrupt characters. Those characters also appear corrupt on Translator's Workbench, but not on TagEditor.
What could be the reason?
I tried the solution proposed here:

http://www.nikkontranslations.com/library/Troubleshooting%20incorrect%20extended%20characters%20in%20translatio.htm

And changed all "238" fonts (which is the font in which the corrupt characters appeared, i.e. äéëď ěîöĺŕ ŕú) to "177" (that is, Hebrew). But after creating a new TM and then importing the changed exported TM, it reassigns "238" to all those fonts.

Thanks,
Dor


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