Mindjet file support
Thread poster: John Di Rico

John Di Rico  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 17:53
Member (2006)
French to English
Jun 4, 2012

Hello!

Is there anyway we could have a filter created to translate Mindjet files?

Here is the software's website: http://www.mindjet.com/

They have a 30-day trial version that developers could use to create and test the filters.

Thanks!

John Di Rico


 

Yasmin Moslem  Identity Verified
Egypt
Local time: 18:53
English to Arabic
Which file format? Jun 4, 2012

Dear John,

What is the file format generated by Mindjet? XML, HTML,....?

If you have a sample file, you can send it to me in private.

Kind regards,
Yasmin


 

John Di Rico  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 17:53
Member (2006)
French to English
TOPIC STARTER
.mmap Jun 4, 2012

Dear Yasmin,

It is a proprietary format with the extension .mmap

I hope you can add this filter soon. I don't know of any other tool that can handle these files, gives Wordfast one more USP!

Best,

John Di Rico
Wordfast Trainer
www.apextra.net


 

Yasmin Moslem  Identity Verified
Egypt
Local time: 18:53
English to Arabic
XML route Jun 5, 2012

Dear John,

Many thanks for sending me sample files.

I have managed to find a way for translating such MMAP files of Mindjet MindManager Professional.

- The MMAP file is a compressed archive. When I changed its extension to ZIP, I was able to Extract its contents. I copied Document.xml to translate it.

- If you open Document.xml in a text editor, you will see that the translatable parts are identified in the attribute: PlainText.

- To translate Document.xml in Wordfast Pro, I just created a very simple two-line *.properties file:
paragraphPrefix.0=PlainText="
paragraphSuffix.0="

- To open the XML file in Wordfast Pro, go to Edit menu > Preferences > Formats > New > Text-based Filter.

- Click the [...] button to locate the (*.properties) file. Make sure the "Extension" textbox shows *.xml and save the settings (OK).

- Now, you should be able to open the XML file in WFP (File menu > Open file).

- After translation, replace the original Document.xml with the translated one, zip the files again, and restore the MMAP extension.

- Now, you should be able to open the translated MMAP in Mindjet MindManager Professional.

Here is a quick demonstration: http://www.screencast.com/t/O4VeUK1Qfj0q

I hope this helps.

I think it would be much easier if the Mindjet MindManager developers add a two-way option to the application itself for importing and exporting back the XML file.

Kind regards,
Yasmin Moslem


 


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