So I can replicate it in a fresh installation and we can debug it further with the help of our developers. Bigul @Bigul, You'll find that the translation is only correctly updated if you save the Confirmation or Notification twice in a row (the second time without making any changes).I have tried to reproduce the issue on my test installations and it works as expected. Here is a video showing off the issue: Hello, Thank you for the updates.This is the technical support forum for WPML - the multilingual Word Press plugin.
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I am trying to: translate a Gravity Forms Notification or Confirmation that has been recently updated Link to a page where the issue can be seen: /wp-admin/admin.php?
In large projects it may take some time to create the new translation files from the Note If you want to enable translation to a language that doesn’t yet exist in your Pootle instance, then you will first have to add the language in the Languages tab in the administration interface, in a similar way to Whenever developers introduce new strings, deprecate older ones, or change some of them this impacts Pootle and the languages being translated.
When any of these changes occur, you will need to generate a new This command will ensure that new strings are added to the project and any strings which have been removed are marked as deprecated, and thus will not be available for translation.Within the project there are no directories, just files.