Tags are used to maintain the formatting or internal code (like index entries or cross references) of the original document. If the original document contains any tags (markup, links or formatting), they are transferred to the Editor, where they are displayed graphically (single tags: , paired tags when they apply to a selection: ).
All tags must be copied to the Target so that the format of the translation file is correct. In the case of a mismatch of tags in the Source and in the Target, the system will warn of an error. This error is critical by default and cannot be disabled. It is necessary to correct the error, only in this case, the system will allow to confirm the segment.
Note: There are cases where a tag in the source document might be meaningless for the target language. For example, non-breaking space or hyphens between words. Since it is not possible to delete tags, it is recommended to simply copy these tags at the end of the segment and notify the project manager of such an issue to be resolved after the document has been exported.
Inserting tags using hotkeys
To enclose text into paired tags, select a word or a phrase and press Alt plus the tag number: Alt+1, Alt+2, etc.
To insert a single tag, place the cursor where you need to put a tag, and press Alt plus the tag number.
You can also use the button in the toolbar or the F8 key. If a segment contains multiple tags, they will be inserted in the same order as they appear in the Source.
Inserting tags using your mouse
To enclose text into paired tags, select a word or a phrase and click on the tag in the Source:
To insert a single tag, place the cursor where you need to put a tag and click on the tag icon in the Source: .