Trados Studio 2011 - merging segments
Thread poster: Charles van der Heiden

Charles van der Heiden
Belgium
Local time: 10:44
Member (2017)
English to Dutch
+ ...
May 25, 2012

Hello,
In my source document, a hyperlink appears in the middle of the sentence in following format:
www.name.de.
In the editor window the first part of the sentence, including the hyperlink appears in one segment, with the hyperlink contained between two tags "hyperlink".
In the next segment, the hyperlink is repeated as follows: http://www.name.de.
The remaining part of the sentence is shown in the 3rd segment.
Even if I change the setting for hyperlinks from always process to never process, the program keeps producing this "in between segment".

Questions:
1) I don't need the full link http://etc. in my target. How do I instruct the program not to include it in a separate segment in the source section of the editor?
2) If I try to merge the 3 sections, which is necessary because they are only one sentence, the "merge" function is disabled. Any solution?


 


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