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Polyglot (adj.), w: someone who aptly and with a high level of fluency uses many languages.
Twenty Twelve. It’s alive.
Andrew Nacin, Gabriel Reguly, Xavier, and 2 others are discussing. Toggle Comments
I see it, but i see the theme’s string in the main language file too, you should remove them from there. please or we have to translate strings twice
Not sure I follow… Got it. No worries, the potbot will remove those soon
Thanks a lot
If you import strings from Twenty Eleven, you’ll probably cover most of them.
I think @SteveAgi meant the 2012 strings showing up in core
Yes. I was replying to your initial post, not him.
Indeed, I only had to update three strings to be done with it, and they were just description of the theme itself.
Thanks for the notice Zé.
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