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2014-12-15 9:20 GMT+01:00 ΔΗΜΗΤΡΗΣ Σ <>:

Thanks for the answers, but the problem remains,

Yes, most of your questions were not answered. This is probably because
your links were not usable because none of us have access to even view the
Greek translation, as both Sophie and I already told you. You did not
answer to that or do something about that – and therefore, it is difficult
for anyone to help you. The ball is on your side.

You need to give all of us read access to in Pootle. We just get
"Access denied" right now.

The more easy you make it for the rest of us to help you, the more likely
you are to get answers.

it is not the code, but the use.

I stated the codes to make it a little bit easier for people to find the
places, but it is still a lot more trouble than giving us direct and
functional links, so you still need to give all of us *read access* to the
Greek translation.

For example
a) I can't know if the ; is used in enumerations (e.g. in help) or in a
plain text, because I have to use a diffrent symbol in Greek.
b) I can't know if the . or , (in numbers or in text?) has to be used in
local or in English.

Give all of us read access to the Greek translation, then perhaps someone
can help you.


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