Highlighting with german special characters is faulty

Issue #23 resolved
Thomas Rois created an issue

We have an abbreviation called “LE”. When you use normal words like “Alle” or “Leben”, highlighting is off, as it is set to only highlight full words. However, if there are german special characters like ä,ö,ü,ß in front or behind of “LE”, and it is on the start or end of the word, it will be highlighted.

Example word: “Kanäle”. Many common endings in german are abbreviations people like to use, and we sure have many umlauts.

Comments (2)

  1. Thomas Rois reporter

    The same issue applies to the new feature that Glossary Terms are not highlighted in Links or Titles. If i have a glossary term called “Österreichische Hagelversicherung”, it will still be highlighted in title and links.

  2. Support wKnowledge

    Hi Thomas, A new version 4.7.0 has been released which resolves both issues.

    Many thanks for your collaboration and patience.

    Best regards, Jennifer

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