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    Unhappy ttx in SDLX

    Does anyone know if I can open this extension with SDLX?
    How do I do it?

    Thanks!!

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    Apparently no one knows

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    Hi Vero! I think you open them in Tag Editor... This is what I-ve found... I hope it helps!!

    "You can open pre-translated Trados TTX files created from HTML, JSP, ASP, XSL, XML, and SGML files into SDLX.
    TTX is an XML-based file format that can be opened in Tag Editor. Once pre-translated the source and target of each
    translation unit is separated by the match statistics which have been generated by Trados. The TTX also contains the
    language definitions for the file. SDLX automatically reads this information when you open the file in the Edit module.
    However it is important that you immediately save the file as an ITD once opened in SDLX. This is necessary to
    ensure that confirmed segments maintain their blue confirmed marking. If a translator continues to work with the file in
    TTX format each time the file is saved and opened the segment status will return to that which was exported from
    Trados."

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