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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] many fuzzy strings due to xlm tags move in 5.2 help files


Dne 14.3.2016 v 18:35 Christian Lohmaier napsal(a):
Hi *,

On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 3:03 PM, Sophie <gautier.sophie@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,

+ Many strings are the same content but with xml tags placed differently

Most fuzzy strings are not because xml tags being placed differently
(where xml tags are different, it was to fix validation errors), but
most fuzzy strings are due to changes in message context.

there are also hundreds of the strings with differently placed tags and for them it is not enough to just accept fuzzy strings - typically <swichinline><caseinline><emph></emph></caseinline></swichinline> has been changed to <emph><swichinline><caseinline></caseinline><swichinline></emph>.

Are these strings planned to be translated automatically as well?

But as it is time til August, not urgent (doesn't need to be done this
or next week IMHO). Remember: if we wouldn't have master projects, you
wouldn't know about this right now :-))

This is not completely true - the issue with the "l10n" and "oldref" tags changing context affected also 5.1 strings, now it is just highlighted because of the massive automated changes.

Best regards,

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