When I test the expression www\.(.*?)\.com at https://www.freeformatter.com/java-regex-tester.html#ad-output, it seems to be valid:
It seems to work here:
On a side note: do these non-translatables with spaces work on your system? I always have to tag these as regular expressions.
I opened: Resources > Non-translatable fragments > Edit non-translatable fragments
Then did: Resources > Non-translatable fragments > Reload non-translatable fragments
Yup. Just added one to check, and e.g. ‘Arla Foods’ works!
I emptied the non-translatables glossary. Restarted CafeTran Espresso 2018. Chose the route described above to add a matching regular expression to nontranslatables.txt (as set in the Prefs):
I then restarted CafeTran Espresso 2018.
Is this a Mac-related bug?
The regular expression matching works on Mac just the same as on Windows and Linux. I can see no issues here.
Thanks, Igor. Then I'll have to go to the bottom of this. First step: verification on another Mac. Then verification on a Windows system. Thanks for your effort!
Can someone tell me how to add a URL with a dash as a non-translatable?
all don't work.