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[libreoffice-l10n] Fuzzing larger amount of help (.xhp) strings


Hello l10n world,

I'm working on improving the way how images are handled and packaged for our
help content. Part of that effort involves moving images specific to help from
core repository to help repository.

I've learned today that it would likely mark larger amount (450+ ) of help
strings fuzzy, as for example something this:

<image src=path/to/image.png><alt> Some l10n string </alt></image>

is extracted to Pootle as 1 entity.

So if I modify 'path/to/image.png' (after I've moved the image to a new path),
it'll inadvertently mark the whole string fuzzy, even though the inner
translatable part between <alt> tags would be untouched.

1st question: is this really the case?
If yes, 2nd question: any creative ideas to solve it without piling too much
unfuzzing work on you people?

If doing a mass change like this is not an option, I can probably live with
that, it'd just make the directory structure and packaging tools slightly more
convoluted and less elegant

B.
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