Re: Is detail information on strings available in Zanata online editor?

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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@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Maximo, 

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 editor


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On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 7:12 AM, Máximo Castañeda <mcrcctm@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

El 20/01/2016 13:45, "tiansworld" <tiansworld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:
> Recently I am updating the translation of anaconda on 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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