Expand Segment - SDLXLIFF File
Thread poster: Patrick Wahl

Patrick Wahl  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 05:59
Member (2011)
Portuguese to German
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May 5, 2016

When trying to expand a segment in a SDLXLIFF File I get the message

- segments do not belong to the same paragraph -

Any solution how I can merge 2 segments even though?

Thank you!


 

John Di Rico  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 09:59
Member (2006)
French to English
Possible in WFP3, not in WFP4 May 10, 2016

Patrick Wahl wrote:

When trying to expand a segment in a SDLXLIFF File I get the message

- segments do not belong to the same paragraph -

Any solution how I can merge 2 segments even though?

Thank you!


Hi Patrick,

In WFP3, there is an option in the Preferences to allow you to expand segments that do not belong to the same paragraph.

This feature exists by default in WFP4 but I just noticed that it does not work with SDLXLIFF files (it does work in WFP3). I will report this to our development team.

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Kind regards,

John


 

Patrick Wahl  Identity Verified
Brazil
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Portuguese to German
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Thank you very much, John. May 10, 2016

Worked

 


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