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I've got this XLF file:
<xliff xmlns:xsi="">www.w3.org/.../XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2 ">docs.oasis-open.org/.../xliff-core-1.2-strict.xsd" xmlns="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2" xmlns:xhtml="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" version="1.2"><file original="course" datatype="plaintext" source-language="en-US"><body><trans-unit id="title"><source>Start with the following lines</source><source><g id="z5khTFmECoplFmmA" ctype="x-html-p"><g id="TNhp3F8wLji7a-Jl" ctype="x-html-span" xhtml:style="color: rgb(178, 255, 51);">Line 1,</g></g><g id="Ptz_papeGL9n33k6" ctype="x-html-p"><g id="2KBo8s2_32S5QDGf" ctype="x-html-span" xhtml:style="color: rgb(178, 255, 51);">Line 2</g></g></source></trans-unit></body></file></xliff>
Using the out-of-the-box XLIFF filetype I get this in Studio:
But of course, I'd like to have 3 segments instead of just 1:
Start with the following lines
And I can't get that working by using the Embedded content processor in the Project Settings. I guess that the reason is that it only processes the text non-processed by the XLIFF filter. Can anybody confirm that?
I attach the file type settings used with some regex rules in the embedded content processor:
XLF file type settings.zip
If confirmed, I'll need to create a custom XML file type, but I'd like to avoid that route?
Thanks for your help,
You can't use the embedded content processor for this file because there is no embedded content. Everything is just text inside the source elements.
The XLF is also invalid so you'll see…
The XLF is also invalid so you'll see an error when you open it in Studio... you can check this with the XLIFF Checker from Maxprograms:
I think the only way you'll process this file the way you want is to open it in Studio with the language pair you want, copy source to target, and then translate the target with a custom XML as you suggested.
PS: It looks that I simplified too much the XLIFF file for testing purposes.