Extracting and pasting text in Smartling
Thread poster: Samuel Murray

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
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Feb 9, 2017

Hello everyone

For the past few months I've been translating/editing a project in Smartling. For this purpose, I extract the text from Smartling, do the translation/editing in Wordfast Classic, and then paste the updated text or translations back into Smartling on a per-segment basis. I do the extracting and pasting using a pair of AutoIt scripts.

It's not ideal, and there is much in Smartling that is unfortunate, but these scripts do help. So, if anyone is intereste
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Hello everyone

For the past few months I've been translating/editing a project in Smartling. For this purpose, I extract the text from Smartling, do the translation/editing in Wordfast Classic, and then paste the updated text or translations back into Smartling on a per-segment basis. I do the extracting and pasting using a pair of AutoIt scripts.

It's not ideal, and there is much in Smartling that is unfortunate, but these scripts do help. So, if anyone is interested, here are the scripts:
http://www.leuce.com/autoit/smartling%20paster%20scripts.zip

You must have AutoIt installed to use them.

Samuel
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