How to resolve start tag problem
Thread poster: Marlene Gbedo

Marlene Gbedo  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 15:26
Italian to English
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Dec 10, 2013

When translating with Studio 2001, some segments display this message: The start tag with ID 'pt1327' does not have a matching end tag within the segment.
How do I solve this problem? HELP PLEASE.
Marlene


 

Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Local time: 15:26
French to German
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Check that you have inserted the complete tag pair in target Dec 10, 2013

Studio tells you that the target segment contains incomplete tag pairs, meaning that there is a start tag without an end tag or the other way round. Make sure you always insert the entire tag pair into your target segment. Do not insert the start and ending tags individually, but use the QuickPlace function for this. This will ensure that you always have complete tag pairs in your target.

Walter


 

Marlene Gbedo  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 15:26
Italian to English
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Thanks, Walter, willl try this. Dec 11, 2013

Thanks.

 


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