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On 25 October 2013 05:47, Baurzhan Muftakhidinov <>wrote:

On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 7:27 PM, Sophie <> wrote:

Hi Baurzhan,
Le 24/10/2013 10:46, Baurzhan Muftakhidinov a écrit :

Is it possible to filter strings in Pootle by submitter? I see that I
"my submissions" filter, but I am interested to see all but my

It seems that's not possible, you can filter all sugestions or yours,
but not ones of a submitter.

Kind regards


The reason I am asking is that current situation in Kazakh l10n of
LibreOffice 4.1 is that
50% is old l10n, and 50% is done by me. Unfortunately, the quality of that
old 50% is below the
appropriate level.

Now I have to check that old 50% and I need to distinct it somehow.

I am wondering whether Pootle admins able to mark all strings not
translated by me
as fuzzy. Or is there any other way to solve this?

There isn't a quick way on the current LO server I'm afraid.

The version of Pootle that we're coding on now won't quite do what you
suggested but would allow a query like the following:

Which allows you to see all of user khaled's submissions.  It isn't quite
the same as your 'not mine' requirement, but is closer then we are now.

So I'm not sure if you can wait for an updated Pootle to do such a review
or if you want to do it now.  Waiting will mean you should have something
like this is 2-3 months.  Doing it now would mean manually stepping through
all the strings.


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