Eventually this will be even better in the alpha editor. We are planning on
including a whole panel for source/translation details and comments.
On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 7:20 AM, Alex Eng <aeng(a)redhat.com> wrote:
This feature is in the upcoming release: Zanata 3.8.0.
It will display information in pot files under the tag
"#:" - source ref
"#." - context
"#," - flags
) - Source refs does not shows up in
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On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 7:12 AM, Máximo Castañeda <mcrcctm(a)gmail.com>
> El 20/01/2016 13:45, "tiansworld" <tiansworld(a)fedoraproject.org>
> > Recently I am updating the translation of anaconda on fedora.zanata.org
> I can't find any detail information about the string I'm translating. For
> example, where does the string locate. This feature is called *occurrences*
> in transifex. It tells the translator where the string comes from, in which
> line, in which file.
> When you click the message number (a # followed by a number in the
> English box) some information appear and one of the fields seems to be just
> what you are looking for. But it's empty.
> I've had no luck with the alpha editor either.
> You can still get the .po and find the comments with the locations there,
> but then your workflow is broken and you have to be changing from zanata to
> the file and back.
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