xml strings
Thread poster: Anna Fangrath

Anna Fangrath  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:06
Jan 5, 2011

hello,

If I have some xml string,
how do I recognize the text to be translated?
It's a short extract and it's not quite obvious what is just a tag.


 

Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Local time: 13:06
French to German
+ ...
This should be taken care of by the DTD Jan 5, 2011

Did you get any DTD from your customer? If not, create a new XML file type based on the XML document itself, then reopen your document.

Walter


 

xxxAveH
Local time: 13:06
English to German
+ ...
xml string translation Nov 8, 2012

Walter, could you explain this again, I tried it and it does not work. How do I know what I have to translated from an xml string? It's part of a translation test.

My task:

Please highlight the text that would be translated in the following xml strings excerpt:


 

Olav Balslev  Identity Verified
Denmark
Local time: 13:06
Member (2005)
English to Danish
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Solution? Apr 21, 2013

Was anyone able to answer this question?

Please highlight the text that would be translated in the following xml strings excerpt:


 


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