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On 11/21/23 13:13, sophi wrote:
Hi Michael, all
Le 06/09/2023 à 17:43, Michael Wolf a écrit :
Still a question: Is any time limit defined for translation of a string? You surely know, sometimes a coffee is more important than a translation string. :-)

I come back to this thread because I think you are right.
I was working on Weblate this week-end with people around so I get frequently disturbed and I experienced this annoying issue more than once. I'll try to see if I can replicate it again, but it might be a timeout setting somewhere. Christian is currently on vacation, so I'll also discuss this with him when he is back.
And yes, sometimes a coffee is needed to go on translating ;-)

The issue continues. For me if I let weblate open and idle on a string for some time, and then come back to resume translation, I get the message mentioned in this thread and the translation restart as if I had left weblate.

As example, if I leave weblate open at string 100 out of 200, on resuming translation I am sent to string 1 of 100, which is the 100th of the 200' set. NO lost job except the annoyance.

Looks like a stealth time-out or safeguard idle time
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