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Hi Stanislav,
Le 09/07/2022 à 13:36, Stanislav Horáček a écrit :

I am still struggling with LO translation in Weblate (doing it partly there, partly offline) and I would like to share steps to reproduce a strange behaviour (maybe useful for the infra team) which I believe relates to the problems I reported bebore:

1. I have a file with let's say 60 untranslated strings (the number shown in the "unfinished" column of the file list).

2. I translate e.g. 30 strings of them - then the number of unfinished is 30.

3. If I click to the number in the file list, the unfinished strings are shown ("unfinished strings: state:<translated" is selected in the box in the upper part). Their number is 30 ("1/30" shown in the navigation).

4. If I select the same option "unfinished strings: state:<translated" again, now there is 60 strings filtered ("1/60" shown in the navigation), including what has been already translated.

I can't reproduce the issue so maybe I'm missing something.
Do you mean that after uploading the file that you translated offline the number of strings to translate is wrong or is it you translated online and when coming back to the file list, the number is wrong? The problem you reported before displayed an error message, is it still the case here?

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