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A need: which are the new phrases in upgrades ?


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I manage a multilanguage board...

What I need to know in each upgrade, is ALL the changes that has been done in ALL upgrades...

What I mean is you give us a list indicating for example:

System --> public_search --> actperiod_week (first page)
System --> public_search --> actperiod_today (first page)
System --> public_search --> actperiod_month (first page)
System --> public_search --> actperiod_weeks (first page)
System --> public_search --> actperiod_year (first page)

and so on...

This would be very useful for updating our translated languages...

This would be fantastic if you make in future updates...

Thanks in Advance

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[quote name='vesperala' date='10 August 2009 - 08:40 AM' timestamp='1249886439' post='1841177']
as far as I know , everything new is added automatically to all languages you have simultaneously , during the upgrade.
you do not have to add, but just to translate


Yes, I know I must only translate...

But, where should I find all new phrases ???

Finding 50 new phrases between more than 10.000 phrases is a little difficult to find...

And that's the reason I indicate it is a need to show where are the new phrases to translate...

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[quote name='bfarber' date='10 August 2009 - 04:38 PM' timestamp='1249915093' post='1841310']
You can find out of date phrases on a per-file basis, but not globally presently (unless I'm missing something - does happen from time to time).

Thanks for your answer!

And which files and where should I search ?

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[quote name='bfarber' date='10 August 2009 - 08:04 PM' timestamp='1249927450' post='1841404']
There will only be a value under that column for files that have out of date strings - you would probably want to do this for each file that you see a number in that column.

The problem is that upgrading to v3.0.2 ALL entries with a translated phrase is OUT OF DATE so I don't really know which are out of date without looking page per page...

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