Multiterm Convert won't get Spanish characters
Thread poster: Edwal Rospigliosi

Edwal Rospigliosi  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 06:14
Member (2004)
English to Spanish
+ ...
Jun 22, 2005

Hi everybody.

I'm trying to convert a .txt terminology file with Multiterm, but when importing it, MT simply erases all Spanish characters (á, é, ñ, etc).

e.g. instead of "Day - Día" it reads: "Day - Da".

What can I do?


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 06:14
English to German
+ ...
Which MT version - what type of text file? Jun 23, 2005

Hi Edwal,
Which MT version are you working on? What type of text file are you importing (specifically, which coding)?

Not sure what the problem is, but we'll need some more details to get to the core of it...

Best regards,
Ralf


 

Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 06:14
German to Spanish
Open the txt with... Jun 23, 2005

Edwal Rospigliosi wrote:

Hi everybody.

I'm trying to convert a .txt terminology file with Multiterm, but when importing it, MT simply erases all Spanish characters (á, é, ñ, etc).

e.g. instead of "Day - Día" it reads: "Day - Da".

What can I do?


a Text editor, like "Editor" (Windows) and save it not as ANSI but as UTF-8

That's all

Rgds

Fernando


 


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