Rainbow - XLIFF Package Options
Include non-translatable text units — Set this option to include the text unit that are flagged as non-translatable in the generated XLIFF document. Depending on the input document and the filter you are using, such text unit may have text useful for context. In some other cases, they may be just codes.
Set approved entries as non-translatable — Set this option to have the XLIFF
translate attribute set to "no" for the text units that have approved translation (that is: they have an approved target property set to "yes"). This may be useful when you are working with an XLIFF editor that does not recognize the XLIFF approved attribute.
Note that this option is available only when you include the non-translatable entries in the XLIFF output (because otherwise merging back the data could not work).
Use the <g></g> and <x/> notation — Set this option to use the XLIFF notation with place-holder elements (
<x/>, etc.). If this option is not set, the notation with code content is used (
Copy source text in target if no target is available — Set this option to copy the text of the source into the target XLIFF entry if no existing target is available. If this option is not enabled, the
<target> element will be empty when no target is available.
Include <alt-trans> elements — Set this option to include in the XLIFF output any alternate translations annotations attached to the text unit. The annotations are represented as