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Hi Christian,

2011.02.01 05:59, Christian Lohmaier rašė:
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 11:42 AM, Rimas Kudelis<>  wrote:
Oh yes, I'd prefer to stop that too. I only have permissions to edit our NL
Wrong. You're also in the publisher group of the main site.

but still I'm getting emails about changes to both the main
Thus getting those mails is expected.

which I can only view,
Is that your assumption, or did you actually try?

This: doesn't look editable to me.

I was probably only given rights to edit the pages of the main site in Lithuanian language (though it looks like I can't add translations for pages either), but considering the fact that we aren't actually using this feature, I wouldn't mind my rights for that subsite revoked. OTOH, being able to view the code used for certain automagically added features (such as the download chooser) *does* help.

By the way, I wanted to add the images from the main site's shuffler to our localized website, but it looks like I don't have access to do that. Would it be possible to make those images accessible to all subsite teams? It would work well for those who don't have time to produce localized screenshots or have other reasons not to do that (in my case, the Open button in the start dialog is not localized).


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