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May. 9th, 2002 @ 02:48 pm Criticism Given in Support
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Hi guys. walrick posted in support the following...

It's 'herinnering', not 'herrinering'
Also 'communitie' is not a dutch word.
And using capitals for each major word is not done in Dutch. Maybe you can alert your translator to this.

I thought this community would benefit most from those comments! :)

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From:ex_ladyvox549
Date:May 9th, 2002 07:41 am (UTC)
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I noticed the same yesterday evening just before I went to bed. Did not have time to post stuff like that in the community yet. If you just put a new translation over the old one, will that change the old texts? Just curious.
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From:calliste
Date:May 12th, 2002 02:40 am (UTC)
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If you look around in the translation console (http://www.livejournal.com/translate/), you will see that all of the items have severities:

0 for the ones that have been translated and are already viewable in the LiveJournal pages when they are set to that particular language and
3 for the ones that need translation

(and more numbers inbetween and around it)

So, if you just went to edit the ones with severity 0, you would change the page content. You can look around in the translation console and find out about it; the only thing you cannot do (unless you have privs) is actually submit what you're doing.

So yeah. You don't put a new translation over the old one, you just edit the old one instead ;)