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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
How do I find all strings containing the term “plugin”? When I filter on this term, I get hundreds of strings not containig the term.
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Yes, that’s one of GlotPress’s features – it returns all strings where “plugin” is either part of the string or part of the context (the code part where the translatable string comes from). If you are a validator for that particular GlotPress project you are translating, what you can do is export the strings as .po file, then use Poedit to filter on “plugin” and make changes/translate the strings (the search in Poedit will only take you to strings that actually contain the word “plugin”), and then you can re-import the .po file once you are done.
If you are not a validator, you don’t have the rights to import (only export, I believe). In this case, either ask the validator to import the updated .po file or ask them (or here) if it’s OK for you to get validator status.
Hope it makes sense, let me know if this workaround worked for you and if you have any questions!
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