On 9/17/19 1:25 PM, Sveinn í Felli wrote:
Þann 17.9.2019 10:53, skrifaði Christian Lohmaier:
Listing the components as folders under the project and searching text
across the whole project are quite important features in the daily
But this also sounds also like something that can be done more easily
offline, with the po files directly?
But that raises the question (again); is it possible in Weblate to
download all translation files for entire projects?
I've searched for the feature but not found.
I also find this to be an important question.
Currently we have in Weblate in Slovak UI master a lot of strings with
failing checks (mostly unchanged translation and trailing space). I
hoped to be able to download them for the whole UI master, fix them and
upload back (the page is currently very slow and I hoped to speed up the
process in this way).
However, I was able to download these strings only for individual files
(which does not help), since the hierarchy is file-language and not
language-file (which would be for our multifile project more appropriate).
To learn more, I've tried Weblate with another project
(https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/copyq/master/sk/). It is a single
file project and I would rate Weblate for this case as better than
Pootle. But in the case of LO it is very awkward. I think we should ask
the author, perhaps it can be fixed.
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