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Right now I badly need some advice on how to deal with ppf file.
I was advised to do the following:
The only thing you can try is to manualy "prepare" your PXF file. You can do this by simply rename the PXF to ZIP and open it with a ZIP-compression tool. Then you can add your language files into this package, but beware of the correct filetype extension (e.g. DEU becomes GER). But then you also have to edit the project file (prj) otherwise Transit (or MemoQ) wouldn't recognize the "new" language files... I don't know exactly how the correct syntax would be, but it has to be like this:
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