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From: "John Cardinal" <>
Subject: RE: Other Languages was RE: [TMG] Why are local sentences bad?
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 2005 11:39:00 -0400
Teresa Elliott wrote:
> If I am not mistaken (if I am please correct <G>) when I use
> a local sentence, and then change to another language, that
> local sentence is not overridden by the MTTL sentence
> structure for that tag in the new language. If that is true,
> then if I make a local sentence in English, then change to
> French, wouldn't that local sentence still print in English?
If you have a local sentence in English, but no local sentence in French,
and you choose French as the language for a report (or for Second Site),
then TMG and SS will use the default French sentence.
TMG Utility has a feature where it copies the local sentence in language A
to language B. The language B sentence can then be edited as needed.
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