How to recover missing translation segments from zipped xliffs
Thread poster: Evdoxia Renta

Evdoxia Renta
United Kingdom
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Member (2010)
English to Greek
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Apr 8, 2011

Hi,

I'm working on a large project in Studio 2009 which consists of several files (.doc) totalling 104,000 words with a server-based TM.

I don't know what happend a while ago but it seems that I can't find the translation of several segments.
They do not appear either in the TM or in the xliffs.

Fortunately (or not), each file finished (xliff) was zipped and sent to the client.

I wonder if there is any way to recover my missing translated segments from the xliffs sent to the client.

Please note that the xliffs, when sent, where all confirmed, but not finalized.
I've tried to open them, but when they open, they do not seem 100% translated.

Thank you
eR


[Edited at 2011-04-08 01:23 GMT]

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