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Broken PLURAL translation

Why did you make this edit: [1]?

Nemo (talk)12:58, 11 December 2015

Simple; it is more like what Koreans say. And if it isn't changed whether $1 is the plural or not, it is completely what I intended. Korean language doesn't use the plural form in many cases.

IRTC1015 (talk)13:26, 11 December 2015

Ok, thank you for explaining. Revi and Nike are looking into the wrong warnings for "missing parameters" now, we should have a fix soon so that you can translate more naturally.

Nemo (talk)14:05, 11 December 2015

For plural usage on Korean, see en.wikt. No plural is good plural for Korean in most cases.

revi14:00, 11 December 2015