Hi Stanić, *.
On Monday, February 10, 2014, Stanić Mihovil <email@example.com>
What are keyid builds?
Daily builds with localizations included?
KeyID is a special "language" that has the identfiers added to the strings
in the UI - so when you use LibreOffice in the special "qtz" language (the
language-code for the key-ID "translation", you can identify which one of
the many "Apply" or "OK" strings you're looking at :-)
You can use that ID to look for the corresponding entry in pootle.
Note that regular translations have not been updated especially for this
build - so regular translation can be older than the 4.2.0 final. The
regular translations are provided as convenience, to get a feel/flow of the
translation in context.
As the keyID build is a dev-build, it can be installed alongside the stable
version, and this is the recommended way to use it.
I.e. install the keyID build with qtz (and english language) only (install
the languagepack for linux or use custom setup in windows and add qtz
language to the list of installed locales) and use the 4.2.0 final build to
compare to your current translation.
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