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does anybody have experience with translation of LO guides from

I've tried to use OmegaT for that, but I've failed, because the xml code is 'polluted' by numerous useless tags (read below) which makes using translation software impossible. Perhaps a 'clean up' tool would help, but I do no know anything like that :(


Explanantion of the problem:
For example, the sentence
*Quickstarter is installed in the Windows system tray and is automatically loaded during system startup.*

is displayed in the document without any formatting, using just the the Default character style

In OmegaT, however, it is displayed like this:

*<f10>Quickstarter is installed in </f10><f11>the Windows system tray**</f11><f12>and is automatically loaded </f12><f13>during system startup.**
(<fxx> are tag replacements and should not be touched.)

This suggests that there are some tags inside this sentence, in spite
the fact that I do not see any. Really, in the content.xml file inside
the document we can see them:

*<text:span text:style-name="T65">Quickstarter is installed in**
**</text:span><text:span text:style-name="T21">the Windows system tray**
**</text:span><text:span text:style-name="T65">and is automatically loaded**
**</text:span><text:span text:style-name="T21">during system startup.**
These tags in fact do not mean anything meaningful:

*<style:style style:name="T21"**style:family="text"><style:text-properties fo:language="en"**fo:country="GB"/></style:style>***

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