[Xerte] Re: managing language versions of Xerte LO
reijnders at tor.nl
Mon Apr 7 10:44:24 BST 2014
That's an interesting proposition.
In the mean time, there are two ways of doing it now:
1. Make a copy of the LO and than translate the texts while keeping the
2. The actual texts are in the template.xml file in the .zip (after
export). You could trying to translate this file, but you really have to
be careful and knowledgeable to know what to translate, and what to
leave alone. NOT RECOMMENDED.
Morko, Mari schreef op 7-4-2014 11:35:
> What is the best way to manage Xerte learning object language
> versions? Once a LO is produced, we frequently need to produce various
> language versions of the same object. Is there a way to extract texts
> from a LO for translation and import them to the LO, without the need
> to build the translated LO from scratch?
> Kind regards,
> Mari Morko
> E-learning content developer
> Landis+Gyr Oy
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