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Hi Milos

I have no trick for that except building the whole LO (with the Help), but let me give you a tip, in case you use weblate to translate.

It will open the Help page where the string belongs.

In weblate user configuration, Preferences tab and "Link to editor" box, change the box content to<your-lang>/{{ component_name }}/{{ filename|stripext }}.html

where <your-lang> is your language code.

Then, back to the translation string page, click on the "source code location" link.

Not sure it will help and sorry to divert if so.


Em 08/03/2023 05:13, Milos Sramek escreveu:

I would like to ask if there is a possibility to view the LO help locally using a local copy of its po files, eventually with message key-id.

It would help me in help translation



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