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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Searching in Weblate


Hi Kees,

Le 06/10/2019 à 09:34, kees538@libreoffice.org a écrit :
> I tried searching in Weblate.
> I searched for the reference E6L2o.
> In Pootle I got a match after about 10 seconds
> In Weblate it took several minutes and it found no match.
> I did the following in weblate:
> In the main window I went to Tools > Find (don’t know the exact English
> words, because I see them in Dutch)
> I fill in the searched item in the box Find.
> I tick all the boxes.

Why did you tick all the boxes when you know you search for a comment?

> I leave the rest unchanged.
> I chose my language. (it will be useful if my language is default)

It will stay at your preferred language in the search box, but yes I
agree that it takes some time. I'll see with Cloph and Guilhem is there
is something we can do to speed up the process.

Cheers
Sophie

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