SDL Studio 2011, How to paste text in several segments all at once
Thread poster: LouisR
LouisR  Identity Verified
France
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Oct 25, 2012

Hi

I copied several paragphs from a txt file that I would like to paste over several segments in SDL studio....but I can't find a way.
Can you help please?

Thank you


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LouisR  Identity Verified
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anyone Oct 29, 2012

anyone please?

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SDL Community  Identity Verified
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Not really supported... Oct 30, 2012

.... but perhaps (and I'd recommend being careful with this) you could ecport for external review and then paste your text into the word document and then import back in again afterwards? Might be faster if you have a lot.

It's not really designed for this which is why I said be careful, but if you make sure you copy source to target for all segments before you start and then export then it may work.

Regards

Paul


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FarkasAndras
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Other options Oct 30, 2012

If you have a lot of stuff that's already been translated, you could import in some other way.
E.g. copy-paste the source and target texts side by side in excel, generate a tmx and import it into your TM. Or just align the two texts and import the resulting TMX.
If you only need to import a couple dozen segments, copy-paste is the fastest way.


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LouisR  Identity Verified
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thanks Nov 4, 2012

Thanks for your answers.

I think I am going to try both solutions.


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alenius
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Very interesting, but... Aug 18, 2014

FarkasAndras wrote:

If you have a lot of stuff that's already been translated, you could import in some other way.
E.g. copy-paste the source and target texts side by side in excel, generate a tmx and import it into your TM. Or just align the two texts and import the resulting TMX.
If you only need to import a couple dozen segments, copy-paste is the fastest way.


Hm...could you please describe it more closely, for us, new users?


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