Studio 2009: how to segment items in a list?
Thread poster: Edric Barbosa Filho

Edric Barbosa Filho
Local time: 10:00
English to Portuguese
Jan 13, 2010

Hi

I would like to make my Studio 2009 SP1 handle list items separately, how do I do that?

Presently the default segmentation rules do not consider list items separated by CR-LF as a segment, so I end up with several big TUs with all items of a list until Studio sees a paragraph end, and I would like them to be separated when the file is prepared for translation. List items as individual TUs, I mean.

I have searched for segmentation rules specific to lists, but Studio is rather recent, so I guessed that perhaps someone here has dealt with that...

Thanks

Edric


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Stefan de Boeck  Identity Verified
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doc? Jan 13, 2010

Edric Barbosa Filho wrote:

Hi

I would like to make my Studio 2009 SP1 handle list items separately, how do I do that?



If this is about word.docs, go to:
Options/File Types/MS Word 2000-2003/Other settings:
and check "Treat soft returns as structure tags".

(for html the LI element is set as structural by default...

I'm sure you'll get the picture once you're there)


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Edric Barbosa Filho
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Great... Jan 13, 2010

Thank you, Stefan, I didn't know that setting...

Best regards

Edric


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