It's all the fault of that list:
Edit > Preferences > memory > Do not match
Remove the characters that are causing the problem from this list, and your problem will be solved (I think), but in doing so, you will cause new problems ;-)
Yeah, same here, I try not to touch that list, as it is a Pandora's box.
You can check the "Look up word stems" glossary feature provided that you have the Hunspell spell checker dictionaries installed for your language.
Of course, you wish to look up stems of the source terms so the French Hunspell dictionary needs to be installed too.
No term recognition.
> No term recognition.
Apparently, Hunspell spellchecker does not extract a stem from l’Amérique.
> Do I assume right that Hunspell only extract stems it knows?
Probably yes. You may need to ask Hunspell developers for exact functioning of its algorithms.
> And is the position of the spell check file there, in the corresponding folder, a guarantee the spellchecker is installed?
Yes, if you install the right file for your language. You may need to activate the Look up stems function in Preferences > Glossary tab.
Why do you do b) if a) works "like a charm" for you. I wonder what you wish to achieve by making CT treat your apostrophe as a space.
> No chance to recognise two- or more-word glossary entries with apostrophes?
It's not clear to me either. If you have two or three word phrase in the glossary, then you should expect exact matching for such multiword glossary phrases. If you expect fuzzy matching, use translation memories instead.
This had not been recognized before, I would not ecen expect it (this tag is bad luck, IMHO).
Simple detail question:
How can I make CT recognize this term?
Please note that there are different occurrences
Note the difference in the apostrophes (the 3rd case is quite seldom). It depends on programs and some other aspects, which apostrophe is being used.
If I understand correctly, I have the following options
Perhaps I oversaw something?
The handling of terms with apostrophes concerns users translating from Fench, Italian, Catalan and many more (that I might ignore here). I do not think this is an exotic problem.