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From: "Christian Lohmaier";<firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Send time: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 8:01 PM
On Sat, May 2, 2020 at 4:23 AM Ming H. <email@example.com> wrote:
They don't show up in the other's "similar strings" section either, though that's probably
expected as that feature may only match strings in the same Weblate project.
Not sure what you mean with "similar strings" section.
[very detailed explanation of Weblate features snipped]
Sorry, I meant the "other occurences" tab, which is the one I use most since it usually has a
number prompting something worth looking at. I've never used Machine Translation or Translation
Memory before, either on Weblate or elsewhere, I'll be looking into these useful tools.
It would be nice if such problem can be avoided. I only noticed this because this is an
extremely long string. There are probably many other short ones that fell through the crack and
increased work for many translation teams.
Nope, that was the only one, and this specific problem also cannot
Good to know, I'll stop worrying. :-)
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