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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] question about a part of a string


You can translate into maltese the way you want, it won't break the
translation and it can even improve reading. But pootle xml analyzer will
complain and flag. You can ignore it.

Cheers
Olivier

2013/2/14 Jonathan Aquilina <eagles051387@gmail.com>

> <b>Important</b> note <b>for</b> extension <b>contributors</b>:
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> Why is this string in between multiple b tags for each word? Wont a single
> open and closed b tag be sufficient on either end of that text?
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> Regards
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