- General Information
- Connecting Third-party Systems
- crossConnect for content systems
- crossConnect for External Editing
- Purpose and usage
- Across XLIFF format
- Across-specific Extensions
- <xliff> Element Attributes
- <file> Element Extensions
- <trans-unit> Element Extension
- Paragraph States
- Paragraph State Flags
- <source> and <target> Element Content
- <bpt> Element Attributes
- <ph> Element Attributes
- <x> Element Attributes
- Across-specific Properties
- Analysis Results
- Sample Files
- Across XLIFF - import, export and segmentation
- Context information
- Exporting best matches in Across XLIFF
- Hyperlinks to XLIFF
- Secure file handling with C#
- Secure file handling with JAVA
- Workflow and vendor configuration
- Sample code - Integrated solution
- Across XLIFF format
- Generic File Connector
- Display Texts
- Solution approaches
- The Across solution in detail
- The display text format
- The display text package
- APIs - Technology
- crossTank API v1
- crossTank API v2
- crossTerm API v1
- crossTerm API v2
- crossAPI SI
- Function Return Types
- crossAPI SI and Java
- List of Objects in crossAPI SI
- ObjectManager - Overview
- ProjectManager - Overview
- WanGridManager - Overview
- Sample - transferring checkout files via FileManager
- Sample - VBS
- Text Preprocessing API
Hyperlinks to XLIFF
Hyperlinks consist of two parts: the visible part (displayed text) and the invisible part (link target). In some cases, there is also a text which is displayed as tooltip (mouse-over event).
Now let's see what Across does with hyperlinks.
As you can see, element with id=0 from translation unit id=3 refers to several translation units with following id: 6,7,8. The translation unit with id=10 contains the DisplayedText for the element above.
To translate the DisplayedText hyperlink property you should insert you translation into <target> element of translation unit with id=10.
Those referencing-property-type values are defined: DisplayedText, TooltipText, URL.
These elements (referencing another parts of a document) are written the described way for DocX, Doc, IDML and MIF formats for now.
Since MIF variable is normally used several times in a MIF document, the translation unit with variable DisplayedText will refer to the only one last referencing translation unit.