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On 17 June 2015 at 09:51, Mihkel Tõnnov <> wrote:

2015-06-17 2:00 GMT+03:00 Adolfo Jayme Barrientos <>:

2015-06-16 14:40 GMT-05:00 Rimas Kudelis <>:
I wouldn't call this weird. I guess Dwayne and his team just decided it
makes more sense for Pootle to do this. I'd guess most localizers only
work on one language, so redirecting to that language automatically
makes sense.

Indeed, that is a feature of the new Pootle version. And it’s *not*
like this Pootle is locking you out of visiting other languages’
landing pages: there is a pretty language switcher up there.

Except that Venetian isn't shown in that "pretty language switcher" for
some reason ;)

First, lets deal with the issue.  Venetian was there, but also not!  Before
I found the cause I managed to find the workaround by simply resaving the
language.  Its now available, sadly I don't know why it ever was
unavailable.  I'll try figure out why, but for now its fixed and I don't
expect it to disappear.

Secondly, the other issue in this thread, Pootle now tries to remember what
language you are working on. As people here echo, its the best plan for the
majority of users as most people work on one language.  So this just works
and will redirect you to your language when you login.  Its not completely
omniscient and will remember your last language.  So like me if you visit
multiple languages it does mean that now I'm redirected to Venetian.


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