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TsiLang Files Editor (SIL Editor) Help!

 
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alpha45



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 9:32 am    Post subject: TsiLang Files Editor (SIL Editor) Help! Reply with quote

Hello,
I installed the TsiLang Files Editor version (SIL Editor) to correct a word in Italian translation, but maybe because it is a trial version, when i save the correct file, it is no longer usable, the length of file is doubled.
Is there any person, who kindly explained to me what the problem is or who can change it for me?
Thanks in advance!

Localization is TMainForm - String - IDS 7 preview (Italian): AVVISO: รจ possibile effettuare tagli di scene solo sui fotogrammi chive
(chive is wrong, correct is chiave).

Name file: Prova.sib
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B30zR3Wv_j9vU1dBSEpNLUtySDA/view?usp=sharing
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isiticov
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2016 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello,

May be your original SIB file is quite outdated? Since year 2009 SIB files support Unicode and as result older SIB files stored in ANSI might be doubled in size after update. Do you experience any problem with loading the updated SIB file into a program? Your SIB files looks very outdated.
You can always save this SIB to SIL and then use SIL in your application instead of SIL.
Hope this helps.
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