Chinese dictionary is not applied to the MIF saved from SDLXLIFF of Studio 2014
Thread poster: InfoPage

Local time: 03:06
Feb 4, 2015


There was the translation job from English into Chinese Simplified.
The original file format was MIF file (FrameMaker 8) and I made the Trados Package file, then send it to our Chinese translator.
After I received the translation from our translator, I generate the target translation back to MIF, then I noticed the dictionary stayed English. Chinese dictionary was not applied.
(Other languaes seem OK - the dictionary is applied.)

Are there any setting need to be changed to apply dictionary?


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