why Context TM can only process first instance if there are two exact same parts in xml file?
Thread poster: bradleyni
bradleyni
China
Oct 14, 2014

I am using SDL trados 2007 context TM to x-translate a xml file, the xml file includes two exact same parts and was translated before, while only the first part are locked as in result, the second one is all "100%" match.

I tried to do a small change to the second part, removed a period and run xtranslate again to that xml file, this time both two parts are xtranslated, except the sentence I touched.

Do you know why this happen and how to make it works to both two parts?

Thanks


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