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09:18, 1 June 2017 Wladek92 (talk | contribs)

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(Reply to random list of texts to translate/reread)
12:51, 31 May 2017 Nemo bis (talk | contribs)

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13:01, 26 May 2017 Nike (talk | contribs)

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12:22, 26 May 2017 Liuxinyu970226 (talk | contribs)

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07:16, 26 May 2017 Wladek92 (talk | contribs)

Changed subject from "ramdom list of texts to translate/reread" to "random list of texts to translate/reread"

 
07:15, 26 May 2017 Wladek92 (talk | contribs)

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Is it possible to have the list of items to translate or to review, presented in a random order ? It appears that the order is always the same. May be there is a reason. But presenting the texts in a random order improves the covering of the operations and brings surprises in the translated subjects making them atractive.

07:15, 26 May 2017

I can imagine some people would like to do it in random order, especially for review. For myself it helps to do it in order, so I don't need check context for every message. For example two different software could use different wording for some term, and inconsistent translations would be hard(er) to notice if related messages did not appear together.

13:01, 26 May 2017
 

Christian, thanks for the idea. Do you have some specific case in mind, which makes it bad for you to be shown always the same messages? Maybe some especially "boring" messages in some message group you monitor? Because of course you're going to see again only the messages you decide not to translate/review, no?

12:51, 31 May 2017

Oh no specific example in mind but ... better : could it be a Yes/No option for the person who translates or rereads: yes I want a random order,or no I prefer to follow the original flow of messages to reinforce the coherence of the translation for groups of messages.

09:18, 1 June 2017