The easiest way is to install the key-id version of Libreoffice.
Key-id versions exist for the alpha or beta versions of a release.
It is the file with qtz instead of the language in the name, like
You can find all the different versions of LibreOffice on
In this key-id version you will find codes before (almost) every
You can search for this code in Weblate.
Choose the project and your language and click Search.
Search criteria is “note: vwxyz”. (vwxyz is the code you found for the
This way you find your UI-item for translation.
I hope this is what you like to know.
Y.Sol.lei schreef op 05.10.2020 11:56:
I've decided to deepen the translational process, so ask you:
is there an exact way to find the location of the word in the UI ?
I suggest the "context" area may help, but don't know HOW...
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