Force segmentation on a certain xliff tag

I have a file from a customer, where a certain tag shall break segments.

This is the file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<xliff xmlns="urn:oasis:names:tc:xliff:document:1.2" xmlns:ns0="">scroll-translations.addons.k15t.com/xliff" ns0:exportTimestamp="1592826402925" ns0:original-language="de_DE" ns0:spaceKey="IM" ns0:target-language="en_GB" ns0:variantId="all" ns0:versionId="current" ns0:versionName="Currently Published" version="1.2">
<file datatype="xml" ns0:exportTimestamp="1592826402925" ns0:original-language="de_DE" ns0:spaceKey="IM" ns0:target-language="en_GB" ns0:variantId="all" ns0:versionId="current" ns0:versionName="Currently Published" original="Dashboards speichern" source-language="de-DE" target-language="en-GB">
<header>
<ns0:scrollHeader pageId="3868430" revision="9" scrollPageId="0AEFE06B01690F48C6A3469C04080387" spaceKey="IM" versionId="current"/>
</header>
<body>
<trans-unit id="ScrollPageTitle" restype="heading">
<source>Dashboards speichern</source>
</trans-unit>
<group xmlns:ac="">http://atlassian.com/content" xmlns:ri="">atlassian.com/.../identifier" restype="x-storageFormat">
<group id="group1" restype="x-p">
<trans-unit id="tu1">
<source><g ac:thumbnail="true" ac:width="30" ctype="x-image" id="g3" ns0:vsn-prefix="ac"><g ctype="x-attachment" id="g2" ns0:vsn-prefix="ri" ri:filename="icon_save_dashboard_DE.png"><g ctype="x-page" id="g1" ns0:vsn-prefix="ri" ri:content-title="Downloads"/></g></g> Haben Sie auf <g ctype="x-strong" id="g4">privaten Dashboards</g> Änderungen an Widgets vorgenommen, dann speichern Sie diese über das Icon "Dashboard speichern" in der Dashboardleiste.<g ctype="x-br" id="g5"/>Gespeicherte Dashboards werden beim nächsten Öffnen im zuletzt gespeicherten Stand geöffnet.</source>
</trans-unit>
</group>
</group>
</body>
</file>
</xliff>

This tag <g ctype="x-br" id="g5"/> is a soft-line break. But I can't see any way to adapt the segmentation in xliff file type. Is there any other method of forcing the segmentation to break here?

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