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I’m encountering a couple of issues with the translation process and I wonder if someone else has also been facing some obstacles.
I’m using manual translation and more precisely I’m using the services of a translation agency. We are currently making some tests on the files…
My questions are:
1. The .toc file: Studio Trados doesn’t recognised the tags <book navtitle=”..”… as content to translate. Only the text between <title></title> is considered. So how is it supposed to be translated? Did I miss something?
The .glo file is better in that perspective. Content to be translated is identified (no link) and recognized)
2. The xliff format generated by RH: long <g> tags make the segments to be translated quite unreadable in Studio Trados. Sentences are cut and it makes it very uncomfortable to work for the translators. Here is an example. Again, did I miss something?
3. As the xliff are not ideal at all, we are thinking of working with HTML files (as previously). However, the keywords of the index are not recognized as content for translation either in Studio Trados. Cf. <meta> tag in the <head> and <a indexterm> (link) in the <body>. How to make sure the index is translated?
So, those 3 obstacles will force us to find some (manual) workarounds which will cost us time and energy and increase the risk of errors.
Are those obstacles known issues already?
Has someone a good advice that I didn't think of?
Thank you for your reply.
So I did indeed miss something (doh!): the Author tab. Ok, I get it now.
Update 4 sounds good to me :-). When is it released? Hopefully I can wait for it....
It is about to get released, give it a week's time.
Very good! :-). Thank you !
Super duper! Thank you !