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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] KeyID change across branches for the same string

Hi Christian,

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From: "Christian Lohmaier";<lohmaier@googlemail.com>;
Send time: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 8:01 PM

> On Sat, May 2, 2020 at 4:23 AM Ming H. <2097632994@qq.com> wrote:
>> They don't show up in the other's "similar strings" section either, though that's probably expected as that feature may only match strings in the same Weblate project.
>Not sure what you mean with "similar strings" section.
[very detailed explanation of Weblate features snipped]

Sorry, I meant the "other occurences" tab, which is the one I use most since it usually has a number prompting something worth looking at. I've never used Machine Translation or Translation Memory before, either on Weblate or elsewhere, I'll be looking into these useful tools.

>> It would be nice if such problem can be avoided. I only noticed this because this is an extremely long string. There are probably many other short ones that fell through the crack and increased work for many translation teams.
> Nope, that was the only one, and this specific problem also cannot
> happen anymore.

Good to know, I'll stop worrying. :-)

> ciao
> Christian

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