How to place the Japanese Translation of .ttx file into English .inx file
Thread poster: Japamerican

Japamerican  Identity Verified
United States
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Japanese to English
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Aug 19, 2010

Hello!

Thanks in advance. I am trying to place the Japanese Translation of .ttx file into English .inx file, because the existing inx file is in English when the ttx file is in “English-Japanese”.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks!


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Roy Oestensen  Identity Verified
Norway
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English to Norwegian (Bokmal)
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Should be sufficient to export ttx file to inx in Trados Aug 20, 2010

I take it your ttx file is a .inx.ttx file. If you export the ttx file out of Trados so that you get the translated .inx file, all the Japanese should (at least in theory - I have no experience with that language) fall into its proper place.

If this doesn't work, you should be able to copy the text in one segment at a time into the inx file, at least if you have the correct indesign version, but I would not recommend that procedure. I believe it's also possible to open the inx file in Notepad, but the codes would probably not make this a nice experience.

Roy


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