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changed restrictions for {user} {until}
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Transifex, Aug 16, 2017 at 19:24
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changed restrictions for {user} until {until}
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Fair Dog, Jun 1 at 23:42
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Fair DogJun 1 at 23:45Reply
If the string is supposed to say "indefinitely" only, it shouldn't be a variable (or at least translators should be made aware in the string comment). If the string is covering date and time, "until" should be added.
Eager CobraJun 6 at 14:12Reply
Fair Dog
If the string is supposed to say "indefinitely" only, it shouldn't be a variable (or at least translators should be made aware in the string comment). If the string is covering date and time, "until" should be added.
Such strings should normally substitute {until} with either "indefinitely" or "until Jan 3". This way "until" is present when necessary. Isn't this the case?
Fair DogJun 7 at 21:17Reply
Eager Cobra
Such strings should normally substitute {until} with either "indefinitely" or "until Jan 3". This way "until" is present when necessary. Isn't this the case?
The screenshot made me question this one. I believe a string description could prove helpful in this case, explaining how the {until} token works 😊