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I think this should have been public, so leaving your full reply below:

Dne 26.11.2013 19:23, Milos Sramek napsal(a):

I wrote a script which compares old (say LO41) and new (say LO42) dialogs and writes the difference
(diff syntax) to the output. Paths and language should be set inside the file.
You can download it here:

If there are some automatically translated strings (i.e. untranslated in 4.1 but translated in 4.2),
you should see them in the output.

Slovak was fully translated in 4.1, so I did not see such strings. However, using the script I've
found a few strings, translated both in Pootle and in 4.1, which were in English in the dialog. For

File: cui/ui/res/sk/pickgraphicpage
<  <e g="errorft" i="label">Motív galérie &apos;Odrážky&apos; je prázdny (žiadne obrázky).</e>
 <e g="errorft" i="label">The Gallery theme &apos;Bullets&apos; isempty (no images).</e>

Do you have any idea what to do with that?


Thanks for the script, it seems to be very useful. However - if I understand it correctly - it compares *.ui files between two versions and I find automatic translations mainly in cases when old format dialog was converted to *.ui.

I think the strings you mentioned are OK because they were changed sligthly - e.g. "graphics" was replaced by "images" or the colon was added. So there are new originals in dev release (which was not yet fed by 4.2 Pootle), but automatic translations in 4.2 Pootle.


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