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  • 2017/03/21 12:33 eg_translations [Making the custom string in TPAC translatable.] tmccanna -2 B (current)
  • 2017/03/20 08:35 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations rjs7 -10 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:20 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Adding the custom string to PO file] cernin +1 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:19 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Making the custom string in TPAC translatable.] cernin -115 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:17 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Updating translations in Evergreen using current translations from Launchpad] cernin +1 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:14 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations cernin +15 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:12 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [How to translate Evergreen (useful tips for translators)] cernin +22 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:08 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Evergreen translations] cernin -3 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:08 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Evergreen translations] cernin -1 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:07 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations cernin +2 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:04 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [How to translate Evergreen (useful tips for translators)] cernin +6 B
  • 2017/03/19 14:03 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Translation workflow at Evergreen release] cernin +122 B
  • 2017/03/19 13:57 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations [Adding the custom string to PO file] cernin +200 B
  • 2017/02/28 07:34 Show differences to current revisions eg_translations created cernin +13.1 KB
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