This article will provide guidance on managing repetitions within BWX.
Repetitions are segments within a particular file that feature identical source content. To streamline your workflow, BWX will automatically replicate their translated content, always from the top to the bottom.
It's important to highlight that BWX will not take tags into account when determining whether a segment qualifies as a repetition or not. It is the content to be translated that matters.
- When the segment is a repetition, you will find one of the following two icons located at its lower right corner:
The first indicates the first repetition and the second one, a regular one. If you edit a first repetition, you can consider that all repetitions that are coming after it, will be automatically fullfilled with the same content you added to the first one.
- Below, you can observe the replication behavior when we make edits and confirm our first repetition:
- Now, when we modify a repetition that isn't the first one, you'll notice that the updated repetitions are limited to those positioned beneath the repetition we recently altered:
BWX will also handle segments while considering their tags. If repetitions possess an equal number of tags but differ in content, the platform will recognize that, despite being repetitions, the source tag content must be adhered to. Below, you can observe the outcome:
However, if you save a repetition with a tag mismatch, such as saving it without its tag, the subsequent repetitions will also lack those tags:
⚠️ Currently, segments sharing the same source content across different files are not classified as linked repetitions. Below, you can observe an example of two repetitions that are not interconnected. In other words, any actions performed on one of them will not affect the other because they belong to different files.
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