Where so the many red {sp} tags in XTM come from?
Thread poster: Pristine

Local time: 18:49
English to German
May 24, 2015

Hi you all,

I was referred to this forum with my above question as this forum is monitored by XTM people.

I translated into the XTM editor. All worked just dandy but when it was time to proofread my own translation, I found tons of red {sp} tags in my text but I didn't type them in and they are also not in the source file.


I can remove them manually but it is a lot of work.

Is there a way to get rid of them at all without changing anything else in the translation or the source text?

What happens if I ignore them an leave them in the text? Does that sabotage my translation?


XTM Intl
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:49
Please contact us directly May 25, 2015


From this information we can not be sure what caused mentioned issue. Could you please send us an email with details regarding your company name and project name where the issue occurred? The email address is support@xtm-intl.com .

Kind regards,
Wojciech Winkler


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