Thread poster: France Mercier

France Mercier  Identity Verified
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Apr 21, 2010

Je n'ai jamais eu de difficulté auparavant avec TagEditor. Mais là, c'est à n'y rien comprendre. Lorsque j'écris dans le segment cible, les caractères ne sont plus les mêmes. Par exemple, dans le segment source, les caractères sont Arial 11, et dans le segment cible, les caractères sont Calibri 10.

Quelqu'un peut m'aider à résoudre ce problème?


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:46
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The right forum for this would be "SDL Trados support" Apr 21, 2010

And the right language English.
But from what I can understand, you are having font (viewing) problems in Tageditor.
In fact you do not even have to pay any attention to the font you see on the screen in Tageditor - this is just display, the right font will be used in the target document. The only condition is, that the tags MUST be placed correctly.
However, for your future work, to make it easier, you can switch all the formatting nonsense in Tageditor off.
To do so, localize "Filter Settings". You'll find them in SDL Trados program group in a subgroup called "Filters".
Open the Filter Settings, chose Word 2003 and switch "Show display formatting" and "Use font mapping" off. Every new ttx will not show any formatting at all and you will never ever have any problems with font differencies on your screen.

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