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 Posted: Mon Jan 11th, 2016 06:10 pm
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Frede
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Hi!

When exchanging the project using Sisulizers own project file format, I can exclude content from the export. This option is however not possible when I export using TMX or XLIFF. Is there no way to accomplish this when exporting to XLIFF or TMX?

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 Posted: Tue Jan 12th, 2016 02:16 pm
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You can already exclude comments. See the screenshot. There is similar option also when exporting to XLIFF.

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eh, I am not referring to comments but to content. When I export in SL format I get a dialog where I can exclude forms, etc. in the project so that this is not included in the project file sent to the external translator. This option is not available when exporting to TMX or XLIFF.

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Hi,

one option is to filter the rows and parts you want to export in Sisulizer's translation sheet and then use "Current View" in the Export Scope in the last step of the exporter. Not exactly the same but might be helpfull anyway.

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Oops. I read the text incorrectly. Export and SLP exchange uses different pipeline in Sisuluzer. This is why the content exclude in implemented only in SLP exchange.

You could do this:
- First exchange your Project using the Exchaneg Wizard into a .sle file. Exclude the items you want to exclude.
- Open the exchange file into Sisulizer.
- Then export the file into TMX or XLIFF.

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 Posted: Wed Jan 13th, 2016 07:32 am
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Ilkka, brilliant! That should work

Thanks
Fredrik

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