2014-12-21 14:17 GMT+01:00 Mihovil Stanic <email@example.com>:
21.12.2014. u 13:43, Jesper Hertel je napisao/la:
I know it is possible in Pootle to search and edit terminology entries
online. (In the Danish project, it happens at
I can see that this has not been set up for Croatian (hr); the URL
Croatian terminology file is located here:
Inside libo_ui directory. Not sure why, but I noticed some other languages
have it same way.
Anyway, I don't mind having it that way.
Okay. So you can't edit the translations there, is that the problem?
Or is the issue that you want to *edit the source terms* (English terms) of
the terminology or *delete* terms online?
- would be nice to add translation for new entry in same step, curently I
can add new entry, then go to language main page, select "needs
translation" in termnology and then enter translation
I didn't understand that. Maybe that is Virtaal related?
When I add new entry to terminology file:
I can only add original string, for example word "target" and then save
it. I cannot add translation "cilj" in same step.
To add translation, I have to go to main libo_ui directory, select
"untranslated strings" from pootle terminology file and then translate it.
Ah, now I understand. +1 from me to be able to do that – that would make a
lot of sense. :-)
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