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  • "Annie Ann" is female
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Date of registration: Jul 30th 2015

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Sunday, August 23rd 2015, 2:28pm

Error report

Pootle error. At first it asked me whether I am a human, while trying to Submit a translated section. I did that but then I still wasn't able to press the Submit button. It kept saying Unkown Error, several times.
I closed Pootle and opened it again, only to discover an important chunk of what I've translated today was not saved anymore! When I tried to start working from where it left me (re-translate what was missing) I noticed there was no Submit button anymore. Did anyone cut me off on purpose, because it's been almost 2 hours since and the situation is the same. I cannot use Pootle anymore. To think I was almost done with ZTM2_4... :( I hope I did nothing wrong... I was using Pootle as usual, I didn't press anything different, not even by mistake. What can I do?
Annie Ann

  • "Annie Ann" is female
  • "Annie Ann" started this thread

Posts: 59

Date of registration: Jul 30th 2015

Language Team: Romanian

Focus Group: English Transcriber
English Proofreader
Translator
Translation Proofreader
Final Reviewer
Language Team Assistant
Public Relations Group

Location: Bucharest

Thanks: 2455 / 31

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Sunday, August 23rd 2015, 7:30pm

Thaks, Ray, for helping me figuring out that I was, in fact, logged out! :) No need for a reply! Problem fixed!
Annie Ann

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