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[libreoffice-l10n] [ANNOUNCE] string changes in LibreOffice 3.6.x


Hi,

Fix of https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42558 broke the
string freeze. In fact the strings introduced here are not new, you
just need to remove the fuzzy marks from the translations in Pootle.

While I was preparing this update, I noticed that the description of
Galician dictionary had been changed, too.

So, I uploaded new templates to Pootle, and started to run update from
templates process for all languages. You'll see 7 new and 80 fuzzy
words, if you had a 100% translation. You have ~10 days to complete
this, but if necessary, I'll run a script when I integrate the
translations in order to reuse existing (identical) translations. I'll
pull translations from Pootle on 26th of November for 3.6.4 rc2.

For Martin and Goran:
http://dev-www.libreoffice.org/l10n/latest-pot/libreoffice-3-6-en-US-2012-11-15-UI.pot.zip
http://dev-www.libreoffice.org/l10n/latest-sdf/libreoffice-3-6-en-US-2012-11-15.sdf.bz2

Best regards,
Andras

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