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 Posted: Sun Oct 7th, 2018 03:02 pm
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southrivertech
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Hi,
I have a .slp file which has 1,344 translations from my translator. They are all set to 'Translated'.

In my source project, I have 24,000+ strings, set to all different levels. Some of those strings are set to Complete but they are NOT locked.

When I run my Import/Exchange Wizard to import the 1,344 translations into my original project, only 54 are imported when done by Context and value, 145 by context and then over 2,500 when by value.

I've tried this multiple times and my translator is becoming frustrated that their translations are being lost.

How can I force all 1,344 translations to be imported regardless of the status.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 8th, 2018 06:30 am
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Janusz Grzybek
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Hello,

How can I force all 1,344 translations to be imported regardless of the status.
Try select "Always" as "Overwrite method" in the "Import Wizard - Options" step. Optionally, check "Use partial context in addition of full context" option. It can help Sisulizer find correct context if your source/main SLP has been changed in the meantime, etc.
BTW:Sisulizer doesn't replace existing translations, if they are identical, but have different statuses in main and imported slp files.

Best regards,
Janusz




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