I have 2 entries in the glossary (the 2nd with a trailing pipe character):
At all occurences of "Cabezal", in the glossary tab, only number one is shown, number two not.
Should this be the case?
(and BTW, how do I optionally hide the pipe character in the glossary tab? Wasn't there an option somewhere?).
It works as expected here. Note that the purpose of the pipes characters in the middle (or the end) of the word is to match roots so your second terms should also match all the words containing "cabezal".
There is no such an option to hide the pipe character. I think CafeTran should display why a particular word has been matched.
> Yes, but as I said, it doesn't.
Check if it concerns this one term only. Perhaps there is some invisible character preventing a correct recognition. You can submit ticket with your "cabezal" glossary to check if that piped term can be matched.
Term 2 does not figure in any other column than es-ES. When adding a term, the field is labelled with "es-x-mo-SDL".
Could this be a hint?
> es-x-mo-SDL to de-DE (yes, stupid PMs).
That's a possible cause of your source term not finding the right source-language column in the glossary.