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Non-translatables not presented in F4 pick list

Regular expressions that are displayed in the non-translatables pane, aren't available in the F4 pick list.


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Previous attempt:


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Purple colour matches the non-translatables, but they aren't displayed in the F4 pick list:


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|\d+\.\d+\smm doesn't work either for the F4 pick list.


Of course I'm aware of the Do Not Match list, but isn't there a solution?




Almost perfect, now:


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The only minor issue now is that the trademark sign is split from the brand name, because of the tag. But: a nice improvement for those who enjoy working with non-translatables, in order to reduce dull tasks and improve productivity and daily happiness.

>Some improvement is underway - the longer non-translatable match (that contains the short one) should take precedence.


Thank you so much! Great improvement.

That's really great news. After this, I have only one feature wish left (it starts with an r).

> Would be nice if this could be changed.


Some improvement is underway - the longer non-translatable match (that contains the short one) should take precedence.


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Exposing regular expressions in the interface is like opening the hood of the car. The user should not be bothered with them.

>The non-translatable numbers are hard-corded in CafeTran and take precedence over any regular expression that contain them.


From a user perspective: is there any valid reason for this?

>That's why you can see them listed separately when they are nested in your regular expression.


Would be nice if this could be changed. And also: that non-translatables are locked (protected) and cannot be modified in any way (manually, in the target segments pane, or via F&R, or by CafeTran Espresso 2019, via propagation).

> Purple colour matches the non-translatables, but they aren't displayed in the F4 pick list:


The non-translatable numbers are hard-corded in CafeTran and take precedence over any regular expression that contain them. That's why you can see them listed separately when they are nested in your regular expression.

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