Questions on segmentation rules when dealing with HTML files
Thread poster: Bin Zhao

Bin Zhao
China
Local time: 08:54
English to Chinese
Oct 19, 2007

Hi,

when I am using sdlx to translate a html file, I want it to segment at < a >, < / a > and < I > and < / I >. I did so much search on Internet but can not find useful things about complete segmentation rules and was getting more and more confused. If I want to realize that kind of segmentation, how should I do? Is there any link about the complet explanation of segmentation rules in sdlx. When I use TagEditor, it is very easy to reallize that kind of segmentation simply by set the tags of "a" and "I" as "External". But I am really curious about that settings in sdlx.

I would appreciate if some guys could answer my questions.


 

Pavel Blann  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 01:54
Member (2005)
English to Czech
I'm afraid... Nov 10, 2007

...if you cannot find the answers in your sdlx documentation you'll have to contact sdl support.

good luck,
pavel


 


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