How to mark selected text as non-translatable in TagEditor
Thread poster: Dan Dascalescu

Dan Dascalescu  Identity Verified
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Jan 28, 2005

Is there a way in TagEditor to mark selected text as not to be translated? In Word + trados.dot, this is very simple, you just select the text and change the style to tw4winInternal or tw4winExternal.

What is the equivalent in TagEditor?

Thanks,
Dan


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Piotr Bienkowski  Identity Verified
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Prepare an INI file Jan 29, 2005

Dan Dascalescu wrote:

Is there a way in TagEditor to mark selected text as not to be translated? In Word + trados.dot, this is very simple, you just select the text and change the style to tw4winInternal or tw4winExternal.

What is the equivalent in TagEditor?

Thanks,
Dan


Hi Dan,

Trados TagEditor works with tagged files, so you must provide it with an ini file which tells it which elemenents (tags) are to be treated as external, i.e. non translatable, and which elements are translatable, and then which elements are inline (or internal).

HTH

Piotr


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