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Review of OmegaT 3.0.8_2: How to Make Tags in XLIFF and TMX Match

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This video about a minor release of the translation memory tool OmegaT focuses on just three changes.

Ignore type and ctype attributes when building tag shortcuts

Available under Project => Properties => File Filters => XLIFF => Options, this new option makes it possible to ignore the two attributes, for example when you want ph tags to be equivalent to the tags in the TMX file. Whenever you have different ph tags (represented by x in OmegaT) and in TMX, you can try to enable this option. This new option is an alternative to adjusting tags in TMX files.

Chinese segmentation rules

The default segmentation rules now include a Chinese set with three basic rules.

Improvements in the Text Search window

The Translated item now has the Alt-T shortcut assigned to it, and the Files item has the Alt+L shortcut.

For other videos about OmegaT, check out our YouTube Channel.

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