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    Default Transit XV

    This is a great tool but does anybody know why the publishers can not introduce or gain more market? Do you think that the issue is the license fee?


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    Hi TopNotch!
    I was never requested to use it in any of my translation projects. What is it useful for?

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    Do you know which type of files I can translate with this tool? Do these files have a .pxf extension?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Transit import/export from the most common file formats.
    Once the Corporate version of the software has imported a document, it can prepare projects for the Satellite version which is free and it was build mainly for freelance use. Those projects have the .pfx file extension.
    After the translation a freelance translator can create the .tfx which is the exported project so that you can include the translation back into the corporate edition.
    It is complicated the first time, but after a couple of projects you will love it

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