Commit da68ea1e authored by Mihai Nita's avatar Mihai Nita

Updating gold files for failing openxml

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<source xml:lang="en">Nice comment</source>
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<source xml:lang="en">Nice comment</source>
<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Nice comment</mrk></seg-source>
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<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg"><bpt id="1" ctype="x-link;color:0000FF;underline:single;">&lt;hyperlink1&gt;</bpt>The GIA Diamond Clarity Scale<ept id="1">&lt;/hyperlink1&gt;</ept><bpt id="2" ctype="x-empty">&lt;run2&gt;</bpt> has 6 categories, some of which are divided, for a total of 11 specific grades.<ept id="2">&lt;/run2&gt;</ept></mrk></seg-source>
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<file original="word/document.xml" source-language="en" target-language="fr" datatype="x-undefined" okp:inputEncoding="UTF-8" okp:configId="/Users/chase/src/okapi-integration-tests/target/test-classes/openxml/docx/okf_openxml@default.fprm">
<header><tool tool-id="okapi" tool-name="okapi-tests" tool-version="M29" tool-company="okapi"></tool></header>
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<source xml:lang="en">Text inside the box.</source>
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<target xml:lang="fr"><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Text inside the box.</mrk></target>
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<source xml:lang="en">Text outside the box.<ph id="1" ctype="x-x">&lt;run1/&gt;</ph></source>
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<source xml:lang="en">Text inside the box.</source>
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<target xml:lang="fr"><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Text inside the box.</mrk></target>
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<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Fax +1-805 566 6688</mrk></seg-source>
<target xml:lang="fr"><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Fax +1-805 566 6688</mrk></target>
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<source xml:lang="en">Picture 2567</source>
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<target xml:lang="fr"><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg"><ph id="1" ctype="x-x">&lt;run1/&gt;</ph></mrk></target>
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<source xml:lang="en">Dako North America, Inc.</source>
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<source xml:lang="en"><bpt id="1" ctype="x-color:0000FF;">&lt;run1&gt;</bpt>DownloadXML.aspx?order_id=&lt;order id&gt;<ept id="1">&lt;/run1&gt;</ept></source>
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<header><tool tool-id="okapi" tool-name="okapi-tests" tool-version="M29" tool-company="okapi"></tool></header>
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<source xml:lang="en">Doggy </source>
<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Doggy</mrk> </seg-source>
<target xml:lang="fr"><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Doggy</mrk> </target>
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<source xml:lang="en">unbelievable</source>
<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">unbelievable</mrk></seg-source>
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<source xml:lang="en"><ph id="1" ctype="x-x">&lt;run1/&gt;</ph><ph id="2" ctype="x-x">&lt;run2/&gt;</ph><ph id="3" ctype="x-x">&lt;run3/&gt;</ph>Doggy </source>
<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg"><ph id="1" ctype="x-x">&lt;run1/&gt;</ph><ph id="2" ctype="x-x">&lt;run2/&gt;</ph><ph id="3" ctype="x-x">&lt;run3/&gt;</ph>Doggy</mrk> </seg-source>
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<source xml:lang="en">Picture 1</source>
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<seg-source><mrk mid="0" mtype="seg">Computer science or computing science (sometimes abbreviated CS) is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation, and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems.</mrk><mrk mid="1" mtype="seg"> It is frequently described as the systematic study of algorithmic processes that create, describe, and transform information.</mrk><mrk mid="2" mtype="seg"> Computer science has many sub-fields; some, such as computer graphics, emphasize the computation of specific results, while others, such as computational complexity theory, study the properties of computational problems.</mrk><mrk mid="3" mtype="seg"> Still others focus on the challenges in implementing computations.</mrk><mrk mid="4" mtype="seg"> For example, programming language theory studies approaches to describe computations, while computer programming applies specific programming languages to solve specific computational problems, and human-computer interaction focuses on the challenges in making computers and computations useful, usable, and universally accessible to people.</mrk></seg-source>
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<source xml:lang="en">The general public sometimes confuses computer science with careers that deal with computers (such as information technology), or think that it relates to their own experience of computers, which typically involves activities such as gaming, web-browsing, and word-processing. However, the focus of computer science is more on understanding the properties of the programs used to implement software such as games and web-browsers, and using that understanding to create new programs or improve existing ones.</source>
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