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Hi Mikhel. 

I was going through your reply to an email from Leo Moons.  I have a question towards that.

What happens in scenario like the one mentioned below.

Assume that I  download a file from say  accessibility/source/helper.po and start translating it.

It is also possible that some other translator is translating the same file online for same 

When i try to upload my translated file to the same location on Pootle, what happens to 
translations done by other online translator (Even though online translations may be partial 
translations ) ?

Chandrakant Dhutadmal
C-DAC, Pune, India.

On Wednesday, May 21, 2014 2:20 AM, Mihkel Tõnnov <> wrote:

2014-05-18 19:23 GMT+03:00 Leo Moons <>:


I want to translate in pootle off line. Downloading the file is not a
problem, I have found the link for uploading, but I have no idea which file
to choose to replace an existing file. The name of the downloaded file is
not in the list.

Can somebody shed some light?

Hi Leo,

If you download a file from, say, accessibility/source/helper.po, then you
should also upload it to accessibility/source/helper.po in Pootle (assuming
you're in the UI project root for your language).
If the desired file is not in the list, then maybe you have a "wrong"
folder open in Pootle, or maybe the file has been obsoleted -- or on the
contrary, added? Just in case, list of files no longer present in 4.3
(compared to 4.2):

And new files in 4.3:

Hope this helps.

Best regards,
Estonian team

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