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We have a problem with the QA checker in Studio. As you can see below in segment 168, the highlighted (yellow) number does not show up in the QA check. For some reason, number 16 in the target segment is marked (extra number in target segment), but not number 8.
Why does not number 8 show up in the error list? How are we supposed to find this mistake if it does not show up as a mistake?
I been talking with SDL they told me about the regex function but I don't believe in my opinion a regex for this if then... But actually what we want is:
regardless how many letters there are in a word + a number somewhere in the word.
if the number somewhere in the word is not the same in both source and target segment then give an error?
is this even possible to make a regex pattern for this?
Could someone help us?
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