I have to work on some .idml files but the designer seems to have used hard instead of soft returns for line breaks. Because of that, I get low quality segments. Is there a way to disregard these hard returns and merge the segments on import?
You need to modify this section of the segmentation rules.
\t and \2029 are both paragraph separators.
Please try to remove these to see if it helps. If not, please send us the file in question at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi, the formatting tags should be placed back where the hard returns need to be placed.
I think it would be best to remove the hard returns from the InDesign file before importing it for translation.
I am not an expert in InDesign, but I think there are some find-and-replace functions that should be able to do this.
You should, but this is really something you will do in InDesign.