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Hi Rhoslyn,
Le 18/11/2019 à 18:58, Rhoslyn Prys a écrit :
Is there a way to download and upload the complete set of  po files in
LibreOffice UI Master in Weblate?

Not an easy one at the moment, we are working to provide a solution

I've been doing some translation in Weblate and it's not working for me.
No translation memory, machine translation is slow or non existent, grey
print that does my glaucoma no good... I did not expect to be
retranslating common words in a project of this size and age. Saving
each string takes about 5 - 25 seconds.

So I'll sort your request one by one:
- translation memory: we are also working on adding Amagama
(, Christian is on it, to solve
this problem
- what do you mean by machine translation, you mean propagation of same
- could you let me know exactly where is the grey print?
- saving should not take you so long, from the feedback we had, it was
when going backward.

Pootle was better than this.  Why put us through this?

Because as I wrote already Pootle is not maintained any more, we have to
find a replacement for it. We are still in adjustment period trying to
find the best solutions for all of us. I'll post another mail with the
actual status on where we stand, please read it.


Sophie Gautier
GSM: +33683901545
IRC: sophi
Foundation coordinator
The Document Foundation

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