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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Help strings for LO Online in Weblate - lost translations?

Hi Mihail,
Le 10/01/2020 à 17:09, Mihail Balabanov a écrit :
> Hello,
> The Suggested Translations feature of Weblate directed me towards
> translating a large quantity (~200) of 'new' help strings for LibreOffice
> Online (in loleaflet-help) but when I started going through them, they
> stroke me as very familiar. I'm almost certain I have translated them in
> the past but none of them pop up in the translation memory.
> Can somebody confirm what happened with those texts? Am I wrong about them
> being previously translated, or do we actually have to re-translate ~200
> texts w/o TM because of some technical change?

I had the same sensation as yours. I need to check with Christian, maybe
this project is not exposed as it has been made available after.

> All the best in the new year,

Thanks, same for you :)
Sophie Gautier sophie.gautier@documentfoundation.org
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[libreoffice-l10n] Help strings for LO Online in Weblate - lost translations?Mihail Balabanov <m.balabanov@gmail.com>
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