Exporting TMX from WFPro to Workbench - Language Codes
Thread poster: angharad williams

angharad williams  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Dutch to English
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Apr 22, 2011

Hi,

I am importing a WFPro tmx into Workbench. Unfortunately, the number of imports is invalid, which I presume is to do with languages codes being different between the two.

I am working in Dutch to English. In Notepad, they are just showing up as EN and NL.

Does anyone have any suggestions for what they should read to ensure an import into Workbench?

Many thanks,

Angharad


 

esperantisto  Identity Verified
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Member (2006)
English to Russian
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Why not find out? Apr 23, 2011

Why don't you find out on your own? Create a sample TM with Workbench and export it to TMX to see which codes are fine.

 


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