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For example, I'm able to add <a> as a RegEx pattern so that it's not included in translations. But what if the xml-file I am to translate has lots of variations of the <a>-tag? (<a href...> <a rel...> etc)
Do I need to add them all separately or is it possible to add all variations at once?
I've tried adding <a*>, thinking that the * would substitute anything that may come between the a and the > characters, but it did not work.
[Edited at 2012-08-24 14:13 GMT]
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