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at first, I want to apologize for my bad English. Here is my question:
I have created a new file type at Trados: XML: Localization
For this file type, I have defined parser rules that define what to translate and what not to translate.
Parser rules are:
Context is paragraph and rule type is XPath.
In Verarbeitung eingebetteter Inhalte I have defined an XML parser. The new rule in inline tags is:
Tag Type: Platzhalter
To translate: Falsch
This has worked perfectly so far.
See the screenshots.
So now my problem, I updated Trados to 18.104.22.1681.
And now it doesn't work anymore. Please have a look at the screenshots, the elements are translated now, which is wrong.
I guess Trados now uses the file type Any XML instead of XML: Localization. But in Any XML I can't define parser rules.
But, when I create a new project, I see that XML: Localization is selected.
What I've tried is to create a whole new file type with these settings or disable all other XML types.
Do any of you know any advice?
Hi Lydia, if you are unsure about which file type is picking up your XML files in the new Studio version, you will need to find out about this, first, as follows:
If Any XML is picking up your files,…
Hi Lydia Schleinitz
I have replied to your email yesterday, but it seems to be getting bounced. So this was my response... I made two changes and things seem to be picked up correctly::
I have not addressed…
If Any XML is picking up your files, you will need to check detection settings (within file type settings) first.
oh very good. This is a great and very helpful hint!Thank you very much.
OK, but I see we're using the correct file type.