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Yes, this is quite handy, we have that activated over on the Mozilla pootle.

Sometimes the suggestions *are* useless as you said (we had to ask the people who did the TM to block anything from Ubuntu until we had completed the re-translation there, it was THAT bad) but on the whole, it saves quite a lot of time on repetitive stuff.


03/11/2014 07:26, sgrìobh Rimas Kudelis:
Aperture (which, if I remember correctly, holds a collection of translated strings from a large 
amount of open source software, and can suggest these translations to you). In addition to this, 
there's apparently a lookup feature as well, with an example config for Wikipedia. I'm not sure why 
we aren't using any of these at the moment, but I guess we could turn them on, if needed.

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