It would be very useful (at least in my line of business) when CafeTran could consider '\n' (a string that's very frequently used in automation software and indicates a new line) as a tag, especially not hindering the recognition of the word directly after the '\n':
Indeed and seconded, Hans, but one of the things that nags me with CT is the impossibility to see what a tag is for, e. g. spaces and so on.
In other tools you might see a tag as a symbol with a text such as <b>, <nbsp;> oder <br> and choose between a "short view" and a "long view". Sure, in many cases in CT you can see in the grid what the tag is for.
But anyway: It would be nice to be able to click onto a tag in CT (or to hover over it) and to see (with a tool tip) what is inside.
Uh, thanks. I have never worked with F3/the tag list, but nice to know.
With the iPhone, you have the "there is an app for that" effect. With CafeTran, you have the "there is a hint for that" effect.