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    I’m using Lectora Inspire 17.1.3 and I’ve raised a support ticket, but I’m keen to know if anyone else has experienced this and is it just 17.1.3?

    To create localized online tutorials, I make a copy of the project file, import the localized content, re-format, then publish. In the published form, both html and ReviewLink, there are chunks of English throughout… even though when I look at the source file, I see the correct language.

    I’ve been creating additional language versions for the past two years, and this has never happened before. I don’t understand how this could happen… would it be reading from my previously published content? I’ve tried clearing my cache…

     

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    Some screen shots to explain this…

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    I don’t know Inspire, but in your situation I’d save the localized version to its own directory, then search files in that directory tree (using grep or a Windows equivalent) to find where the English text is hiding.

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    Thanks Carl, I’ll try that.

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