When I’m working on a MXLIFF file that is already open in Memsource and use “Edit Segment” function (Ctrl+E) from Xbench to go the relevant string, I get the following Warning message from Memsource:
So, if I want to go to that string, I must either find it manually within Memsource or close the MXLIFF file and then use Ctrl+E from Xbench.
Something similar happens with XLZ files from Translation Workspace XLIFF Editor. When I use the “Edit Segment” function in Xbench, file is properly opened in XLIFF Editor (if it is not open already), but it does not take me to the relevant string. It just opens XLZ file with XLIFF Editor. If file is already open in XLIFF Editor, this program will just show an error/warning message on the bottom left corner saying “File is already open:” followed by the whole path of the file.
Is there any way you could fix these two issues so that “Edit Segment” from Xbench takes you always to the relevant string when working with these two programs?
Thank you for your help.