Oli

Hi,

The search tools don't find a word when it is preceded by a contraction.

Contracted words in French are :

D’ (contraction of DE) --> equivalent to OF in English

J’ (contraction of JE) --> equivalent to I in English

L’ (contraction of LE or LA) --> equivalent to THE in English

C’ (contraction of CE) --> equivalent to THIS in English

M’ (contraction of ME) --> equivalent to ME or MYSELFT in English

QU’ (contraction of QUE) --> equivalent to THAN in English

S’ (contraction of SE or SI) --> equivalent to IF or ITSELFT in English


Let's take an example with the following ideas (in French) : j'aime m'amuser

There are 4 words in this sentence and two of them are contracted words (bold characters).

When you launch a search for the word "aime" or "amuser", it doesn't return any result.

Could you fix it please ?

Oli


Oli PB version : 6.0.7.9 OS : Windows 7 SP1 64 bit
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Oli
Hi,

In the French language, contracted words have to be used when they're followed by a word which starts with a vowel.

It could be very usefull to improve the search function.

Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Oli


Oli PB version : 6.0.7.9 OS : Windows 7 SP1 64 bit
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