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Minor REQ: Skip new term window with automatic insertion of a pipe

Wouldn't it be nice to have this additonal command/shortcut?


I actually use a Keyboard Maestro script to accomplish this, but if I am not the only one that usually (not always) sets a pipe to get more fuzzieness, this could be a nice detail.


You add it to the end of the source terms? Doesn't Hunspell do le trique?

Eh, how?
I do this to simply get a bit more of fuzziness for my terms. What does this have to do with Hunspell?

Your knowledge is sometimes kind of a Wundertüte. You should put this into a book and sell it via Proz.com.

 

This one does a very good trick for German as a source language, no clue about other source languages:


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Note that you can optimise the truncation result via the Hunspell settings.

> Note that you can optimise the truncation result via the Hunspell settings.

 

And how?


My motivation: Make CT recognize 

posé, posée, posés, posées

by simply putting

posé|

into the glossary. Too simplistic approach?

>Too simplistic approach?


Nope, except that it requires extra user action. How modding the Hunspell recognition? I've recently posted a link in the Freshdesk. But googling for Hunspell manual should bring you to it.

Hunspell is of course more fine-grained.

And how do you add posé| when the text contains posées? Via typing? (I hate typing) Or via carefully making a selection inside the longer word? ;)

Note also that the Hunspell approach can often give you better matching target terms. Plural where needed etc.
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