Thank you for bringing this up! I can confirm your findings.
For the time being, you can work around this with this clumsy solution:
|(2\d+)mm=(1) mm |(4\d+)mm=(1) mm |(7\d+)mm=(1) mm
Providing that the first number is unique ;).
Thank you. This is a great feature, and I hope it will get fixed soon because such cases occur pretty often and I always wondered what was wrong.
I tried the new NT conversion feature with measurements such as "50mm", to make sure a space is inserted between the number and the unit in the target language, even if that space is missing in the source language.
The regex I use is:
As can be seen in the screenshot, of the three non-translatable elements, only the first one is correctly recognized. The other two are just repetitions of the first one. What is going on here, is anything wrong with my regex?
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