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Wizard - TBX Properties
Use this sheet to specify the properties of the TBX file that is written.
There are lots of different options on how to write a TMX file. Not every tool supports them all. This list lets you quickly select the properties set that are suitable for your tool. Possible values are:
|Default||Exported file contains the default properties.|
|Minimal||Exported file contains only the required properties.|
If your tool is not on the list, select Default or Minimal or set the properties manually.
Specifies the character set that the file uses. Possible values are:
|ANSI||Code page encoded. Each string uses the default Windows code page for the language of the string.|
|UTF-8||Unicode, UTF-8 encoded.|
|UTF-16, little-endian||Unicode, UTF-16 little-endian encoded.|
|UTF-16, big-endian||Unicode, UTF-16 big-endian encoded.|
|UTF-32, little-endian||Unicode, UTF-32 little-endian encoded.|
|UTF-32, big-endian||Unicode, UTF-32 big-endian encoded.|
|GB18030||Unicode, GB18030 encoded.|
UTF-8 is the default value. TMX and TBX support only Unicode formats.
Specifies the administrative language (adminglang attribute) that is written into the TMX header. For example:
Specifies the format of language ids. Right-click to choose a format from a popup menu or click ... to edit settings.
The remaining checkboxes let you add some optional and custom properties into the export file. Possible values are:
|Data type||If checked, data types are written into the file.|
|Translation status||If checked, translation statuses are written into the file.|
|Invalidated||If checked, invalidated flags are written into the file.|
|Comment||If checked, comment values are written into the file.|
|Context||If checked, context values are written into the file.|
|Row status||If checked, row states are written into the file.|
|Disabled||If checked, disabled flags are written into the file.|
|Marked||If checked, marked flags are written into the file.|
|Max characters||If checked, the maximum length in characters values is written into the file.|
|Max pixels||If checked, the maximum length in pixels values is written into the file.|
These are available only when exporting from a project. When exporting from translation memory, these options are not available.
Specifies how the translation element is written. Possible values are:
|Write empty if no translation value||If there is no translation value, an empty translation element is written.|
|Write original if no translation value||If there is no translation value, the original value is written into the translation element.|
|Write always empty||An empty translation element is always written even if there is a translation value.|
|Write always original||The original value is always written into the translation element, even if there is a translation value.|
Write empty if no translation value is the default value.
Shows a sample file based on the current settings.