The string <u> is being converted into a CT tag.
> This is a little bit irrititating
It makes me wonder why because:
1. CT tags representation is more concise.
2. It is easier and faster to handle (typing, inserting via the shortcuts).
3. It converts to mqxliff html tags just file.
This looks after import into CT like this in the grid.
This is acceptable, though there may be situations where the interpretation of tags might be inappropiate or unwanted.
But when opening the source and target editor, the following happens after copying source to target:
Shouldn't then the red b, i and u tags also be in the source segment, to produce a kind of consistency? In this case I would agree to Igor (though this behaviour has to be explained clearly to any beginner).
And an extension for some more really common HTML tags (strong, br, p, etc.) would then be welcome.
Yes, I agree that source/target display of html tags is a consistency issue to be addressed.