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In data venerdì 3 luglio 2020 11:58:29 CEST, Christian Lohmaier ha scritto:
On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 5:55 PM Valter Mura <> wrote:
PS: I'm still wondering why strings "already translated" in 6.3 and 6.4
are again new to translate in Master... The examples are many, our time

If this is a serious question and not a rhetorical one you already
know the answer to (string appears in different context/in different
files, ....) then you should give concrete examples.
Copy the links from weblate please (the chain-symbol in the
Translation box with "copy permalink" hover text)

Hi Christian

yes, this is a serious question and I know also the answer. But:

- I use an offline CAT Tool (I suppose many people use one)
- The CAT Tool created, during many years of localisation, a Translation memory and 
suggest to me the translated strings (let's say the fuzzy ones, from 100% to 70% of 
- From the TM I'm getting *hundreds* of 100% matching strings, which means that they 
are exactly the same strings we got from the previous versions of LibreOffice (consider 
from 6.2 to 6.4)

So, my question is: why all this strings cannot be *auto-inserted* in Weblate, eventually 
with a "confirmation needed" (for security reasons), in order to facilitate the translator's 
job? Is it not possible?

In any case, as I still haven't finished my "previous" check of the strings in order to 
eliminate all these 100% matches, I can provide some simple examples, percentage on 
side (but I get also long sentences, even with tags):
checksum=3797f7853b8bfc5d[1] (100%)
checksum=9a9f28b8bdb29e21[2] (100%)
checksum=1184304f7e055808[3] (100%)
checksum=f7c9fdfb264defb9[4] (100%)
checksum=bc1fbf2098f0003e[5] (99.33%)
checksum=f4c90c5313674f22[6] (100%)
checksum=e5b25ffe5c7de87e[7] (100%)

What I mean is: if I have these full matches in my TM, why cannot they appear 
automatically in Weblate?

Thanks for understanding and for your work.

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