How to insert a string at the start or end of all segments
Thread poster: CafeTran Training
CafeTran Training
Netherlands
Local time: 18:07
Aug 25

My knowledge of Transit is becoming rusty. And I also think that a previously available feature to deactivate markup protection has been removed either from Transit, or more likely, from my internal memory.

What I'm trying to do is to add a string like "NotTranslated" to either the start or end of every segment with the status "Not Translated".

I can only find a regular expression for the segment end: backslash plus small o (\o). This expression does find all segment ends, but the replacement part doesn't work.

How come?

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Geneviève Granger  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 18:07
Member (2006)
English to French
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This works: Aug 25

To add at the beginning of a segment:
^#(.)0
Replace with
Not translated#0


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CafeTran Training
Netherlands
Local time: 18:07
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Thank you! Aug 25

Geneviève Granger wrote:

To add at the beginning of a segment:
^#(.)0
Replace with
Not translated#0


Many thanks, Geneviève!


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