Translation Text Files have HTML Code and No Line Breaks in Notepad

darren_h
darren_h Community Member Posts: 7
The .txt file that is produced from the translation has HTML code mixed in it. If you open it in notepad which is the standard app for .txt files there are not any line breaks.



XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF) seems to be a common standard. could Lecotra online output to this standard?The .txt file that is produced from the translation has HTML code mixed in it. If you open it in notepad which is the standard app for .txt files there are not any line breaks.



XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF) seems to be a common standard. could Lecotra online output to this standard?
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