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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Dashboard link leads to project page for all languages instead to components page for language to be translated into

Christian Lohmaier schrieb:

Update to 3.9.1 already happened on Tuesday.

Hi Christian,

sorry for the late reply.

I didn't see this version before. I thought that the new Weblate version caused that Dashboard --> Watched translation (my default setting) suddenly showed the project page for LO master for all languages. Really suddenly because one hour or two before the correct page was shown.

With the new untranslated strings from today this issue is fixed.

See this screenshot:


What the dashboard link displays by default depends on your settings.
If you claim you're interested in all languages, you get all languages.

I had the same settings as now:


Upper Sorbian and Lower Sorbian are selected as languages.

Finally still a request: It would be fine if you upgrade to at least

I filed this bug:


At that time the feature has already been enabled and I have anywhere read that it will be already enabled in Weblate 3.9.2. But, then I looked into my bug report again and saw that this feature will be enabled from milestone 3.10 only. So sorry for my hasty request, please.

Thanks and kind regards,


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