@Amire80: apparently the page moved out of the user namespace, but at least the German translation still had the “User” in it until I edited it just now, even though it was marked as 100% complete, not outdated. Do you know if that’s a known limitation of the Translate extension, that the title translation is not marked as outdated on page move? (Or should I have left the “User” out of the translation in the first place?)
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Updating translated titles after move out of user namespace
It's probably saved as just a string, and not really a namespace, so it wasn't a big problem. Thanks for fixing it, of course.
Maybe @Nikerabbit can say more, however.
@Amire80: I tried to translate this into German – I think I’m done (Special:Translate doesn’t show any untranslated messages), but it doesn’t show up in the languages bar or at User:Amire80/Global templates draft spec/TLDR/de. Do I need to do anything else to make the translation available? Or perhaps the translations need to be reviewed by someone else first?
Thank you so much!
I made it appear. There's a known bug in the Translate extension that causes this. The current funny workaround is to do a null edit in one of the existing translated units.
Alright, thanks a lot for fixing it!
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