I use the symbol '#' to mark segments for later attention.
Searching for this symbol using the 'Project target' button finds only some of the matching segments. (This is unfortunate, as it means I've sent the customer an incomplete list of questions.)
I've not directly observed this problem before, but I wouldn't rule it out as having happened previously either, as it's not the first time I've been surprised to discover after tha fact that I've sent the customer an incomplete list of questions.
Perhaps worth noting is that in the missed segment, the # symbol immediately succeeds a tag (The segment is as follows: "Some text<tag1>## ")
Yes, this is recognised behaviour. Looks like it is treated as a regex. If I remember correctly, you can find them by escaping them and clicking the corresponding radio button.
Perhaps it's a Java regular expressions issue ...
Just trying to help here.
I cannot confirm it in CafeTran projects yet. Perhaps some project from other CAT tool is involved? You can submit a ticket and attach the project file indicating one segment number with the missing # search.
So you might attach that package to the ticket. Giving a segment number with missing # search would help focus on that segment.
In Studio projects, CafeTran treats the final tag at the end of the segment as a contents delimiter. Please put the # character before the final tag (not after it).
> a) not display these tags if they are content delimiters.
It does not display those tags unless there are spaces following them. In the future, CT may hide those spaces too if they do not have any significance.