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El 28/01/2013 17:13, "Erich Christian" <> escribió:

Hi Niklas, Daniel, *

Am 28.01.2013 20:19, schrieb Niklas Johansson:
To be honest I still don't know where to translate what. I redid the
changes in sv_SE.php-file

The file did not make it to the list, please resend via private msg in
case you don't find the time for a patch.

In github it should replace this file:

As Daniel writes below, the files in this folder are concerning the
DownloadSimplePage type in mysite/templates/Layout  which are in fact
updated translations of this page. Sorry for misunderstanding.

Seems I mixed $subject up with localized website content pages ...

Daniel A. Rodriguez skrev 2013-01-28 18:26:

The main obstacle that I can mention when using SS to translate is
that their answer is not always the fastest.

Indeed, we're all looking forward to using our new hardware ...   :)

I think, on the other hand, integration between Pootle and SS would
be a way to maintain consistency between website and documentation

Yes it certainly would have advantages, but then all the subsites would
have to follow structure and content of the main page as a source for
translation, wouldn't they?

This idea was given up in the very early days of using this CMS in
favour of independent native language team needs and creativity.

Now you mention that, it's completely understandable.

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