We are rather busy translating 5.0 and we have some questions about the
functionality in the new version:
1) Empty filters
On the first overview page ( https://translations.documentfoundation.org/da/
) we mostly use the columns with numbers to navigate to the next string to
work on. But there is one mysterious thing: in "LibreOffice master – UI" we
see 505 incomplete. But when we click on the number; the result is "No
). Most filters for this project shows the same "No results". See
"#filter=untranslated" and "#filter=fuzz". The filter "#filter=suggestions"
seems to work.
All filters seems to work for the other projects too.
What is the reason for not finding any content of the filter when the
number in the overview says 505?
2) Local administration
I am the administrator for Danish (da). My user profile:
How do I get to the area where I can add and adjust user credentials?
I also need to change the "Language instructions". The text seems to be
outdated. Where can I edit the text?
There seems to be quite some interesting statistics but is it possible to
get kind of an overview of users for a project? So far I have only found
statistics for each individual user.
Thank you in advance.
The Danish team
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