• Add DOCTYPE to xml header: . This affects tbx and tmx output only. These formats can have a DOCTYPE declaration in the header. Some tools need it, some don't work if it is there. This flag controls if the declaration is added to the header or not. 
  • Resolve XML Entities: Xml files are structured using tags, like <term>some data</term>. Sometimes you will have to use data that itself contains tags. This may be the case when you work with, say, a tbx file that contains formatted html data. You would have something like <term>a <b>bold</b> decision</term>. The angle brackets would confuse any xml tool, so internally, they get replaced by entities. These can be named or numeric: <term>a &lt;b>bold&#60;/b> decision</term>. Ideally, this replacement is done safely in the background, and you never see it. But depending on the workflow and the tool used, it can be applied multiple times, and you end up actually seeing the entities. In some cases this may be on purpose (like this very help file talking about entities), but mostly it is not. This option allows you to resolve some entities in xml based formats into the characters they represent. only three named entities are affected: lt, gt, quot and amp, and all numeric entities.

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