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Automatic conversion of non-translatables - Examples

Common situation:


Names of industrial standards (ISO, DIN, etc.)


Select both source and target:


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Replace source to target and format as regular expression:


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Remember that the target side doesn't have to be marked up as a regular expression, correct your entry:


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Enjoy the correct non-translatable:


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German dates to Dutch dates (please apply to your target language):

 

|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Januar|Jänner)(\s)(\d+)=(1) januari (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Februar)(\s)(\d+)=(1) februari (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(März)(\s)(\d+)=(1) maart (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(April)(\s)(\d+)=(1) april (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Mai)(\s)(\d+)=(1) mei (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Juni)(\s)(\d+)=(1) juni (6) 

    

|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Juli)(\s)(\d+)=(1) juli (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(August)(\s)(\d+)=(1) augustus (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(September)(\s)(\d+)=(1) september (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Oktober)(\s)(\d+)=(1) oktober (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(November)(\s)(\d+)=(1) november (6)
|(\d+)(\.)(\s)(Dezember)(\s)(\d+)=(1) december (6)

 

  

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Another example:

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Add this to your non-translatables glossary:

 

|(ca\.\s)(\d+\-\d+)(\sMinuten)=ca. (2) minuten

 

For this one:


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Add this rule:

 

|(\d+\,\d+)\s…\s(\d+\,\d+)\s(Zoll\b)=(1) … (2) inch

 

To get this converted:


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Use this expression:

 

|(\bnach\sDIN\s)(\d+)\/(ISO\s)(\d+)=volgens DIN (2)/ISO (4)

 

What a nice feature and potential time saver this is.
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