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[libreoffice-l10n] Pootle - Some differences in the Online Help against UI


Hi All

I noticed that in some Pootle strings there are differences between the UI and the Help:

Just as little example:

In Help/Shared/00.po, comment rAJCr, I find the string: "Choose <emph>Modify - Distribution</emph> ($[officename] Draw)."

But if I search in the UI (Draw) I find: (menu) Shape > Distribution (and not menu Modify)

Am I wrong? Could you pls check and let us know? I suppose this is not the only occurrence.

If needed, I could open a bug.

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