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Deja Vu compatibility with. Track this topic. Sep 13, Hello, what are your experiences with using. Subject: Comment: The contents of this post will automatically be included in the ticket generated. Please add any additional comments or explanation optional. Could you be more specific?

Sep 16, Hi Julia. Your question is quite general. What exactly do you want to know? How to go about importing sdlxliff files in DVX? BTW, what version are you using? How to find them in a Trados package? Should you translate just the xliffs and not the actual source files?

It'd be worthwhile and time-saving to know exactly what you want to find out. Have you tried reading through postings about xliff files o See more. Hi Julia. Have you tried reading through postings about xliff files on the DVX discussion list?

Here, a little background information. I have been using Trados for seven years and wanted to, finally, upgrade to Studio Perhaps you are aware of the fact that Trados note: we are talking about Trados , not the Suite will no longer be supported by the end of the year.

While I was quite happy to work with Trados, I am starting to get rather upset about their marketing strategy and how long-term Trados users Dear Stephen, you are right, my question is quite general. While I was quite happy to work with Trados, I am starting to get rather upset about their marketing strategy and how long-term Trados users do not seem to be valued as existing customers.

The story is a bit longer than that, but I'll leave it at that, for now. Since I am now forced to buy a full version of Trados, I am looking at other options. Deja Vu was already on my short-list in , so I would like to give it a go. The added bonus of free technical support and a slightly more attractive retail price doesn't make it easier to want to stay with Trados.

I have now downloaded the test version Deja Vu X2 and need to find out how easy it is to work with. Thanks for any input you may have. Stephen Sep 16, I'd like to follow up Julia's query, and more specifically ask you how exactly does one import an sdlxliff then export it after translation? I have DVX2 Workgroup version 8.

The problem is that it's not documented anywhere, or if it is, the information is very well hidden. My assumption is that to import it you simply point to it in t I'd like to follow up Julia's query, and more specifically ask you how exactly does one import an sdlxliff then export it after translation?

My assumption is that to import it you simply point to it in the Import menu as you do with any other file type. But to export it things are far from obvious, because there's no sdlxliff option listed under Format in External Views only xliff is listed. I find xliff files easy to work with Sep 16, I have heard about the various developments regarding Trados and, like many fellow translators, I often get e-mails from SDL.

However, I can say and this is completely objective that complaints about DVX's technical support appear regularly on the DVX discussion list. Have you tried translating any xliff files yet? Here's how I work with xliff files. First of all, you need t I have heard about the various developments regarding Trados and, like many fellow translators, I often get e-mails from SDL.

Once you copy them to your source folder, you add and import them like any other file. When you do so, a window appears prompting you to select the target language and variant.

In my experience, and depending on the number of files, importing takes a matter of a few seconds. After you've finished translating the files, you simply export them, either individually via the Project Explorer, or in one go via the Advanced Project Explorer. The major quibble I have with xliff files is the fact that you're not working in the actual source files. In my case, I have to send the translated xliff files to the PM, who sends back the translated source files so that I can check them, make the necessary changes, and send them back.

It creates a few extra steps, but it's still manageable. One caveat: I'm still using the previous build 8. I know that the most recent build contains a fix for an issue when exporting certain xliff files and features support for unsegemented xliff files.

For various reasons, I haven't yet gotten around to downloading it. I strongly recommend subscribing to the DVX discussion list on Yahoo. You'll find lots of discussions there about xliff files and Trados. I hope I've answered your questions.

I'm sure you're aware that sdlxliff is by no means compatible with xliff. SDL say it's standard xliff with some proprietary features added, which is why up to now no other CAT tools as far as I'm aware have been able to seamlessly import then export sdlxliff files without them subsequently causing problems when reimported into Studio.

Surely the DVX Surely the DVX2 professional that you are can throw some light on this new feature? For those who still use Deja Vu X2 Apr 12, wotswot wrote: I'd like to follow up Julia's query, and more specifically ask you how exactly does one import an sdlxliff then export it after translation?

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