On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 11:33 AM, Mateusz Zasuwik <email@example.com> wrote:
2 weeks passed so far and nothing had changed so I would like to renew my
request. 10 days ago I also post task od redmine platform, also without
By the way. Recently we got second *.po files upgrade. After first update, I
did a lot work with UI.
Yes, thanks for not telling me that you did modify master and yet
despite that did request merge from 5-1 branch.
That took me multiple hours to fix again.
Yesterday I saw next strings and started my job.
This is not what you requested/what I told would happen when you
request sync from old project to master.
I always wrote: Either you work in parallel, translate in both
projects *OR* you ignore master and request a sync on branch-off.
Surprisingly for me, part of my old work from first update had been lost
Because anything I write is ignored by people. This is what I told
old-translated strings appear as untranslated.
I noticed when pushing the strings to the repository, and then not
only delayed the tag, but also spend hours to fix that again.
Also I cant see suggestions
which should pop up for once translated sentences. For example:
I couldn't care less honestly...
But I see suggestion here.
Orginal: Create static replacement images for OLE object
Out-dated suggestion: Utwórz statyczne zamienniki graficzne dla obiektów OLE
Correct and lost translation/suggestion: Utwórz statyczne obrazy zastępcze
dla obiektów OLE
So how to recover previous effects?
Look for yourself i n source repository. If you tell me to overwrite
master with translations from 5-1 I do. That I restored strings that
you did translate but had no relevant string in 5-1 project is my gift
I won't fix strings you translated differently in 5-1 and master for you, sorry.
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