@CyklingUdenAlder ok, looks like this has been resolved. @attilajkiraly I have asked our dev team to manually remove your project, so you should be able to add a new one from within your new org in a while.
@attilajkiraly should be good now, can you confirm? Thanks!
@dnjstlr555 sorry for the long wait and thanks for the feedback! In principle, when you edit anything on github (source texts or translations), the changes should be synced back into the project - because Github is always the source of truth. We may have had some maintenance works when your project was syncing, so maybe that's why this did not happen in your case. AS for the searching feature, we have added this to our roadmap, thank you!
@emmauhl does the issue still get reproduced? we have fixed some bits related to images. can you please send a link to the file where you're experiencing this? thanks!
Attila Jeremias Kiraly
@ilyaspiridonov Thanks for the quick response. You're awesome.
@vokamut Happy New year! This doesn't look like a correct link - can you double check?
@ilyaspiridonov Happy New Year! I deleted and re-created the repository. The problem is gone. But there is another problem, which I wrote about above: after the accepted PR, the files are not marked as synchronized: https://gitlocalize.com/repo/5630/ru
@vokamut Thank you for the feedback, we are looking into the issue.
Hello, I am new to GitLocalize and looking for some advice. The languages I am attempting to translate to are not all in the list of Languages. What is the best workaround for selecting a language? Pick some other language then specify a completely separate custom language code?
Or is there somewhere to request a language to be added?
@alanlgardner Hi, which languages are you trying to add? Feel free to send a list at firstname.lastname@example.org
@ilyaspiridonov Hi, good to see you again! I found a mistake in one Japanese translated document and want to try to fix it. However, from moving the field of translation activity from GitHub into Gitlocalize, I lose the way to contribute to translation TensorFlow Docs. For example, I and sfujiwara (one of the Japanese community organizers) made review requests 3 months ago, they have not been reviewed by other Japanese moderators. Can you give me some advice to contribute to translating TensorFlow documents starting again?
Why are my languages stuck at "Translated 89%" even when they are full translated?
Hi, I don't see private repos in my GH organisation for adding to GitLocalize, for public ones it works. Is this intended?
dr. josh butler
I'm trying to log in GitLocalize. I had account before under OAuth. Now they switched to GitHub authentication. So I switched it then I am unable to log in. It says "Your GitHub token has expired. Please try to sign in again." I even tried to revoke that access in GitHub and tried to link it again, still getting the same error message. I can't get in my account to update translation work.
Is there a way to change the branch of a repo?
Or do I have to recreate a new project to achieve this?
nvm, I just recreated the project
Hey guys, the PR are not working afaik
is there an issue on your side?
@Billybobbonnet Hi, can you send a link to the failing review request or file (feel free to write me directly email@example.com
@ilyaspiridonov I just sent you an email with all the details. Thanks :-)
Hi, i couldn't see my organizer private repo, any advise?
Im Organizer Owner, also private repo admin but i couldn't see my repo on gitlocalize..
@designedbyclu Hi there, I think I answered this on Intercom already, but let me paste the answer here for anyone who comes across a similar issue: Adding private repos from an organization is now temporarily a manual process due to some recent GitHub changes. To add a private repo that belongs to an organization, open this link https://github.com/apps/gitlocalize-app and grant our github app access to the repo you want to add. Next, check if you can now add that repository from GitLocalize.
500 error on GH SSO Login page and contact form not working... am i missing something ?