I've been reviewing quite a lot of suggestions for simplified Chinese translations on Weblate
recently. Most of them are good and I either accept them or accept and edit a bit. However there
are some suggestions that are of poor quality, some are even outright wrong, so I just ignore them.
(If you are interested in an example, see
The problem is that these bad suggestions still linger in the system and obscure the overview page
and makes it difficult for me to locate new suggestions for review.
I can't find a way on Weblate to either reject a suggestion, or mark it obsolete, so that it
doesn't show up in the overview page anymore. Weblate documentation mentions deleting a suggestion
( https://docs.weblate.org/en/weblate-3.10.1/user/translating.html#translating ), but I can't
figure out how to do it, maybe it's for the original author of the suggestion only?
Can anyone help?
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