Adobe FrameMaker

Information about how Transifex handles the Adobe FrameMaker (.mif) file format.

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Maker Interchange Format (MIF) is Adobe FrameMaker's markup language for technical documents.

We follow CLDR rules for pluralized strings. More information can be found in our FAQ section, "What are the pluralized rules supported by Transifex?".

When such a file is downloaded for use, empty translations are replaced by translations in the source language. When downloaded for translation (or review) in a language, only translated (or reviewed strings) in that language are present in the downloaded file.

Sample data

<MIFFile 8.00> 

<String `Hello, world!>
<String `Øβ¿'>

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