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I was not aware that it had been implemented, that's good news :)

If you could point me at a page that explains how to KeyID, that would be great.


Sgrìobh Niklas Johansson na leanas 24/09/2015 aig 12:39:
Hi Michael

Well this is not as big a problem as you make it. Basically you open the
document I sent a link to earlier. The UI language of LibreOffice should be
set to the language that you want to check. Generate the report, which will
list all menus and sub-menus and highlight the problematic menu entries.
Save the file and change the UI language to KeyID and reopen the report
there. Now you can easily find the exact string in Pootle.

Let me know if you do not know what KeyID is and how to use it.


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