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Thread poster: Mohamed Mehenoun

Mohamed Mehenoun  Identity Verified
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Dec 16, 2010

Hello,

I have an xml file saved as src that I need to translate.

Is there a way to use SDL to translate this and recognize it as XML so that I don't get the code for example and translate the file directly ?

Kind regards,

Mohamed


 

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More info I think Dec 16, 2010

Hello Mohamed,

Is this simply xml saved with an src extension or is it an xml converted in some way to be an src file for a specific application? Maybe you could share the first few lines of the file and some examples of where the translatable text is?

Regards

Paul


 

Mohamed Mehenoun  Identity Verified
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I fixed that with the client Dec 18, 2010

SDL Support wrote:

Hello Mohamed,

Is this simply xml saved with an src extension or is it an xml converted in some way to be an src file for a specific application? Maybe you could share the first few lines of the file and some examples of where the translatable text is?

Regards

Paul


The client gave me XML files and it works like a charm !

Thanks for your help !


 


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