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Update translation when original has been slightly modified#27

Would it be possible to add a layer that checks to see if it is an approved translation then it doesn’t do automatic? Or something where it ignores items that have professional translations? A way to lock automatic translations on a URL basis would be ideal. For example, we often professionally transfer Chinese but use automatic for the others, so putting in /zh-cn/page.html to be ignored would be awesome.

As it is now, if we have a manual translation done and then make a simpe change to the English page, the manual translation gets overwritten.

a year ago
Changed the title from "No override of manual translations" to "Prevent Weglot from creating new translations when a small change is made on original language sentence"
a year ago

Hi Skarr, thanks for the feedback, I’m working on this to have a beta test soon. Let me know if you would be interested to test it.

a year ago

Thanks. I would love to help test this.

a year ago
Changed the title from "Prevent Weglot from creating new translations when a small change is made on original language sentence" to "Update translation when the original has been slightly modified"
a year ago
Changed the title from "Update translation when the original has been slightly modified" to "Update translation when original has been slightly modified"
a year ago

I’m also interested in beta testing (if possible) on some client and personal websites

a year ago

Looking forward to see this feature!

9 months ago

Any update on this?

8 months ago

Actually yes @Skarr if you are on WordPress. Can you email at support@weglot.com and ask for Rémy, I’ll give you an updated version

8 months ago

@Remy - any update on this topic? We really need this function, because our customers have to copy their manual translations into a word document first, before they can make adjustments to the original content. With 4-6 languages and 90% manual translation, this is very tedious. We and our clients would also be available for a beta test version based on Webflow CMS, if possible.

10 days ago

Not for now, I’m still testing a solution (that is working on WordPress) but causing performance issue so I’ll still have to rework this.
However, you don’t need to copy paste because when you make a change in the original language, it creates a new translations but doesn’t remove your old one. So you don’t need to copy in your Word document

9 days ago