Scratching my head and testing more, I found a weird behaviour with
pootle search facility.
The first search of a bad word works correctly, it returns a list of
matches. On each element I change the bad word to a good word and submit.
But I want now to redo the search with the bad word... As in
double-checking the task I just did. I type the bad word in the search
box, set the scope, and hit return.
I get the same list, but filled with the good words, that I just corrected.
So, it appears (IMHO) the search is done in a sort of data cache, but
the matches are taken from the database. Lokks like a synch is missing
Could it be?
Em 29-11-2011 06:52, Andras Timar escreveu:
2011/11/29 Olivier Hallot<email@example.com>:
If I recall correctly (my memory may fail), I used to locate a string in
pootle with the the "par_id" number... as in
helpcontent2 source\text\scalc\01\04060120.xhp 0 help
It was precise and straightforward. No mistake.
However, now, this number is not in the comments area anymore... so I have
to look from the xhp file...
Am I correct in this diagnosis?
Seems to be working...
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