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Tuesday, September 17th 2013, 2:33pm

[Pootle General] Extracting HTML from Pootle Texts?

Is it possible to get a text from Pootle in HTML? To be more specific, the greek TZM chapter is renewing its national site (www.tzm.gr) and we need the new Activist Orientation Guide (as much as we have translated) so that we can upload it on our site and spread the info to the world.
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Tuesday, September 17th 2013, 2:46pm

Yes, it is possible to get HTML from Pootle. In fact, HTML is what Pootle usually works with. The Pootle admins often need to convert the HTML (through various means) into text form before supplying the finished translations to the teams who have requested them.

Such requests from teams for pulling translations out of Pootle are done through the ToDo system in the forum. :)

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Tuesday, September 17th 2013, 2:50pm

Thanks a lot, Lizard!
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