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Hey Ming
Thank you for answer
My concern clearly is I have two branches 7 and master, Now master is 42%
and 7 is 41%, why they are different? I use po-editor most time for
translation, I want all my translation goes to official 7 until release.
Now if I add translation to master they will not be added to 7 ? And I
can't see them in LO 7 when released?

Best Regards.

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On Tue, Jul 21, 2020 at 6:54 PM Ming H. <> wrote:


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From: "Jwtiyar ali";<>;
Send time: Tuesday, Jul 21, 2020 6:19 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-l10n] Adding translation to master and 7

As you know ckb is not yet available in stable release before i was
all translation to master branch, now we have master and 7 version, i
to add translation to which one?

If you use Weblate's webpage-based editor to do the translating work, your
change in "UI - master" project will be automatically copied to "UI -7.0"
and similarly for "Help - master" and "Help - 7.0" as well, assuming both
are untranslated or translated the same way (so changes to existing
are copied, too).  So there is no need to worry or make a conscious choice.

Of course, as time goes on, the content of 7.0 and master will start to
differ, and
some strings may only exist in master, or the same spot in the UI will
have different
strngs for master and 7.0.  In these cases you probably want to focus on
7.0 first,
as that's the version ordinary users are likely to use and see.

But if you use some other tool to do the translation work, you need to
take extra
steps to ensure master and 7.0 are properly synchronized, to avoid
duplicated work
in the future.

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