Is there a way to change a score of N/A to 0 in WordFast Pro?
Thread poster: jyuan_us

jyuan_us  Identity Verified
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Nov 12, 2015

I understand that the score will be N/A after you have imported a translated rtf file back to txml. Is there any way to change that N/A to 0? Thank you fro your help.

 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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@Jyuan Nov 12, 2015

jyuan_us wrote:
I understand that the score will be N/A after you have imported a translated RTF file back to TXML.


I've never noticed that. In my case, scores that are present in the original file are copied into the bilingual export file, and they are retained when importing back into TXML.

N/A means that there is no score in the "target" tag in the TXML source code. I know of no simple way to turn N/A into "0", even if editing the TXML file in a text editor (unless you're a wizz at regex).


 


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