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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqTechWriter" by YvesSavourel

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Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 16:37:36 -0000
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   - acronyms or complicated expressions with an explanation note for the translator.
  
- The use of a standardized set of tags allows the authoring systems to provide a common solution for these special marks across all XML documents. This, in turn, increases the feasibility of a simple interface for performing the labeling task.
+ In other cases, the original text itself may need to be labeled for specific information required for correct rendering, such as ruby text in Japanese, or bidirectional overrides in Arabic.
  
- For example, the thechnical writer selects a portion of text not to translate and clicks a button to mark it up as "not translatable" with a tag identical across all document types. The availability of such interface allows the author to provide with a minimal effort a better context of work for the translators.
+ The use of a standardized set of tags allows the authoring systems to provide a common solution for these special markers across all XML documents. This, in turn, increases the feasibility of a simple interface for performing the labeling task.
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+ For example, the author selects a portion of text not to translate and clicks a button to mark it up as "not translatable" with a tag identical across all document types. The availability of such interface allows the author to provide to the translators a better context of work, with a minimal effort.
  
  
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