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    Senior Member Veronica's Avatar
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    Question Xliff

    Hi!! I'm intrigued by this localization format.
    Lately I've seen many articles and advice on it, but I don't really know how to work it!!
    I don't have a program that exports directly into XLIFF, and I've seen file converters, but these don't work with all the programs.
    For instance ElVizconde told me about saving an InDesign as Interchange, and converting the inx to xliff with such converter. But then, this converter is no good to work Illustrators...

    Do I have to download a converter for each program that I want turned into xliff? Isn't there a standardized software to make everything an XLIFF ready to translate?

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    Default Re: Xliff

    Try with Idiom Worldserver:

    http://www.idiominc.com/en/worldserv...h-download.asp

    I hope it helps.

    Julio

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    Default Re: Xliff

    It says it's a memory application... what does it do?

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    Default Re: Xliff

    Verónica

    Sorry, I understood you need a software that reads xliff files, but now I notice you want something to export xliff files. I think Idiom needs a packed project in order to work and this is not the case.

    Julio

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