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I hope everything goes well for you.
The thing with tagging for translation is that the # for the section is generated automaticly then in fact (I think this is what you did with your text the right way) you just need to add the tags <translate>Text to translate</translate>. Here, the <!--T:27--> will/has been generated by the system.
But, at this point, if there's no prob for you, I'd prefer to tag/mark for translation myself for the proper management of my workflow.
Just add your changes on the page then I will be notified + usually I tag/mark/translate (in FR ;) ) the same day max.
If you want a new page to be translated, please follw:
Thanks for your help,
(MATsxm (talk) 08:59, 12 July 2015 (CDT))
- Hi Javier
- I added back in the new "test" @MATsxm explained it well. Just worry about the content though, not the tags. You can add them in, but MAT will know if the page's content changes and can add the tags. Anything with a <!-- #number --> is added by the system when the content changes are approved.
Ok. Thanks ^_^