New Wordbee Translator features and enhancements released on Wednesday, July 29, 2020:
[NEW] [Settings - Document formats] New file filter options: Naming of markup in HTML, hiding trailing/leading markup and more
The new features are:
(1) All filters have a new option to hide leading and trailing markup after segmentation. In the past, when segmentation split a segment, no markup was hidden. This new option may reduce markup in the editor. Look for "Trim leading and trailing markup after segmentation" in the filter.
(2) The HTML filter for "Web files" now includes the option to not assign sequential numbers to markup (div1 div2...) but "hashcodes". The hashcodes are 2 or 3 digit numbers calculated from the markup content. Consequently, 2 tags with the same content may get the same markup name. Use with care.
(3) The "Words or Terms" options in multilingual filters have been improved. This serves to convert text into markup based on regular expressions (obfuscation, tampering protection etc).
The new option enables you to describe the markup with your own words. In the past, all such markup was named "x1", "x2", etc.
[FIX] [Custom fields] Mandatory custom fields in supplier services
When you add or edit the "Custom fields" for "Services", the system saves your changes only after all the mandatory custom fields have been filled.
[FIX] [Editor] Locking pre-translated segments
Perfect (110%) and exact (100%) segments that are pre-translated from previous file version are now locked in the Translation Editor as expected.
In the past, such segments did not get locked even though the settings were enabled in the word count profile attached to the project.
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