Hi Olivier, *,
On Wed, Sep 13, 2023 at 3:43 PM Olivier Hallot
It happens so often that it becomes tiresome.
On the 2 strings below of the same XHP file,
Please always provide links, every string has a permalink option to
share a link.
At least provide the component / what help file that is about. With a
project as large as ours having to hunt for specific strings is
1) Choose <emph>Shape - Arrange - In Front of Object</emph>
2) Choose <menuitem>Home - Arrange - In Front of Object</menuitem>.
The suggestion for the second string is null, even if the first is fully
translated minutes before.
If you manually search for Choose <menuitem>Home - Arrange - In Front
of Object</menuitem>. you get a hit, but just barely below the
threshold for being considered in the automatic list.
Is there a tweak to do in the matching algorithm to improve that (e.g.
weight on contents and less on tags)? I can understand the difference in
the tags, but at least I think to get some % match as suggestion.
You get some %, but weblate thinks that the match is not close enough
to be worthy of an auto-suggestion.
If this is a matter for a bug ticket in Weblate, please let me know.
It at least is "working as designed" - don't think that tags in this
context are treated special, my guess is that they are treated like
regular elements and thus contribute to a lower match/score.
Also probably a case of ask two people, get three opinions on what
should be the "correct" score for mismatching tags....
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