Commit 25d203d7 authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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Fix typ0s and clean translation platform doc

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......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ Below you will find instructions on how to get started.
You don't need an account in the translation platform to suggest translations.
On the other hand, if you want to vote for suggestions, use a dashboard for
a better translation workflow, and eventually request to become a reviewew,
a better translation workflow, and eventually request to become a reviewer,
then you do need to create an account.
These are the steps to create and configure an account:
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ following order:
- **Your languages:** lists all components registered in the platform
for your configured languages.
- **Suggested translations:** **FIXME**
- **core pages:** lists most important components to be translated, as
- **Core pages:** lists most important components to be translated, as
selected by the Tails translation team.
- **Persistence:** lists components of the *Encrypted persistence*
section of the Tails documentation.
......@@ -117,32 +117,6 @@ corners at first, but once you get used to the different ways through
which you can reach the translation workflow you'll start getting
translation work done.
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## Lists of strings
In order to start translating, you have to access one of the different
translation pages either from the component overview page, or directly from the
Dashboard columns of the components list (see the previous section).
The translation page of a component can show different lists of strings. Once
you are in the translation page of a component, the top bar allows you to
navigate back and forth in the list of strings and informs you the list being
shown, which can be one of the following:
- All strings.
- Translated strings.
- Strings needing action.
- Not translated strings.
- Strings with suggestions.
- Strings with any failing checks.
If you want to work on a specific subset of strings, you can select one of the
lists above if they are available for the component you are working with.
Otherwise, you can click the **Translate** button (either in the component
overview page or in the component list table on the Dashboard page), and it'll
take you to the *Strings needing action* translation page.
-->
# Translation workflow
## Suggest translations and vote for suggestions
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