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|−|It is easy to translate XLIFF files using Wordfast Pro 5; simply treat a as a normal document. In the following steps, ''. sdlxliff'' file is used as the source file. |+|
XLIFF files. , ''.'' file is .
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|−|1. Create a project and add the ''.sdlxliff'' file as the source file .<br> |+|
a file, the as file
|−|2. Translate like you normally do.<br> | |
|−|3. Upon finishing translating, click '''''Save File As Translated''''' to save the file as its original native format; in this case, it's the ''.sdlxliff'' file format.<br> | |
|−|4. Import the translated ''.sdlxliff'' file back to the original CAT tool to finish the rest of the processes.<br> | |
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|−|Version: Wordfast Pro 5. 7<br> |+|
|−|Operating System: macOS |+|
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|−|--[[ User: Byron|Byron]] , 21 January 2019 |+|
Latest revision as of 11:35, 12 October 2021
Wordfast Pro supports translation of XLIFF files. The file extension for such files may be XLIFF, XLF, SDLXLIFF (Trados SDL variant), or MQXLIFF (MemoQ variant).
To translate a XLIFF file, follow the steps as with any other supported file type:
- Open or Create a project and add the XLIFF file as the source file.
- Translate like you normally do.
- Upon finishing your translation, click on the Save File As Translated icon (or, alternatively, clean up the project) to save the file as its native format.
The translated file will have the original file name extension (such as .xlf or .sdlxliff) and will be ready to be used in the original XLIFF software.
Currently (version 6.5), Wordfast Pro does not support XLIFF version 2.0 files. If you try to add an XLIFF v. 2.0 file to your project, Wordfast Pro fill fail to add it but no error message will be displayed.