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  • ...les defined in a [[SRX|SRX document]]. This step support SRX 2.0. The SRX (Segmentation Rules eXchange) format is a standard way of describing rules on how to brea ...mented are not re-segmented, except if the option <cite>Overwrite existing segmentation</cite> is set.
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  • <cite>Create HTML output</cite> &mdash; Set this option to generate the segmentation results in the form of an HTML table, with each segment in a row. If this o
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  • '''The step must be run after segmentation.''' Joins adjacent inline codes inside segments, and optionally moves leadi
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  • ...create and maintain segmentation rules. The tool works with the [[SRX|SRX (Segmentation Rules eXchange)]] format. * Immediate preview of the segmentation as you edit the rules.
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  • ===Segmentation=== [[Category:Filters]] [[Category:Segmentation]] [[Category:Translation Formats]]
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  • ...at has special styles associated to different parts of the content and has segmentation markers. ===Segmentation===
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  • ...les defined in a [[SRX|SRX document]]. This step support SRX 2.0. The SRX (Segmentation Rules eXchange) format is a standard way of describing rules on how to brea ...mented are not re-segmented, except if the option <cite>Overwrite existing segmentation</cite> is set.
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  • .... If this option is set and the content is already segmented, the existing segmentation will be reset to the new one. ...ecified SRX file for segmenting the source. If this option is not set, and segmentation is required, the default rules are used.
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  • ...entation for the next steps</cite> &mdash; Set this option to preserve the segmentation in the text unit events send to the step after this one. ...efore the segmentation would not be used. Set this option to make sure the segmentation is restored.
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  • ...s that when an entry (text unit) is composed of a single segment after the segmentation has been applied, that segment must include all the content of the entry, f ...to store a sample text in the SRX document. That text can be used to what segmentation results from applying the rules of the document.
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  • ...s which format you use to migrate your TMs. The adoption of the [[SRX|SRX (Segmentation Rules eXchange format)]] help to carry the information about how the segmen
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  • ...that was segmented with the option <cite>Renumber code IDs</cite> in the [[Segmentation step]]. [[Category:Steps]] [[Category:Segmentation]]
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  • ===Segmentation===
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  • ===Segmentation=== [[Category:Filters]] [[Category:Segmentation]] [[Category:Translation Formats]]
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  • <cite>Needs Segmentation</cite> &mdash; Select this option to resegment any unit that is marked with * Rainbow Tkit merge does not preserve original segmentation.
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  • * Segmentation is currently not supported: Each text unit corresponds to a single entry in ===Segmentation===
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  • * Segmentation is currently not supported: Each text unit corresponds to a single entry in <cite>Allow segmentation</cite> &mdash; Set this option to allow the segments of segmented text unit
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  • ===Segmentation=== {{NoteBox|Segmentation is often a cause for interoperability issues. For a better compatibility wi
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  • ...output (e.g. [[XLIFF Filter|XLIFF]], [[TTX Filter|TTX]]) the result of the segmentation is written in the output files. ...d be segmented. Use <code>-seg</code> without file name to use the default segmentation rules, use "<code>-seg myRules.srx</code>" to specify your own rules. The r
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  • The SRX (Segmentation Rules eXchange) format is a standard to save segmentation rules in a file so they can be used between different tools. ...t the same SRX 1.0 document used on different tools may give you different segmentation.
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  • * You can use the [[Segmentation Step|Segmentation]] and [[Leveraging Step|Leveraging]] steps to try out segmented output and
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  • ===Segmentation===
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