Discuss this string – Comment

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    I tried to add o comment for a new string (in Translate WordPress.com).
    1. String: „Published post %d.” In Discuss this string – Comment, I added „Please specify what it is %d.” I clicked Post Comment buton – nothing happens. No action is taken, the screen remains „dead”…
    2. „Discuss this string – Comment” is for comments between validators or to interact with who added the translation string and not mentioned the necessary and mandatory information (in this case)?
    Please answer me quickly, there are 3 strings not translated in Romanian. And it’s for some years ago 100% translated.

    The blog I need help with is dancarageact62.wordpress.com.



    That’s odd.

    First, please make sure that your browser is up to date: https://browsehappy.com/

    If it is not, please try updating your browser or switching to a different browser.

    If it is, please do these two things:

    1. Try clearing your browser’s cache and cookies.

    2. Try with all browser extensions or add-ons temporarily disabled.

    Please let us know how each step goes for you, and which browser (and version of) you’re using if you’re still having trouble.


    This answer is for beginners (or stupid people?). I’am using same browser – all translations were made from this one – Google Chrome.
    Please check this issue. No answers off topic! I’m waiting for 2 answers.
    P.S. I don’t need help for my blog, is for Translate WordPress.com. You got it?



    I cannot reproduce the problem myself at https://translate.wordpress.com/ using Firefox 72.0.2, so I’m asking you to check to see if something on your end is interfering.


    Why not try Google Chrome too? So, if that’s a problem, please write wiht capital letters: Comments are allowed only with Firefox 72.0.2 ( I didn’t try because I don’t use it). Bad, Automattics is based on a single browser? Hard to believe.
    Please answer me to the second question.



    @dancarageact62, you are not limited to one browser, certainly not by us saying what browser we used here when we tested and confirmed it’s working.

    We’re just asking you to try another browser, and ensure it is up to date, to see whether that is what’s causing the issue you’re running into.

    The second question seemed to be a statement more than a question. Discuss this translation allows you to comment on a translation. If you have more questions about that, please clarify.


    OK. Tell me what %d means in this string: „Published post %d.”


    Good Morning –

    Can you take a screen shot of where you’re seeing this at? That can be added here through a third partly like droplr. Just make sure you do not have any personal details included in the screen shot since this is a public support forum. The other option is to add the screen shot to your site’s media library where we can take a look.



    You can use https://snipboard.io/ to share a screenshot here.


    Please see the link, it’s same.


    Thanks. Here is what I see. Which one of the red rectangles, are you inquiring about?


    For all 3, tell me what %d refers to.


    tell me what %d refers to.

    %d is a number, in this case, it’s the post ID, like in site.wordpress.com/?p=<post_id>.

    As for your comments on the translation page, they all arrived correctly but there is just some trouble displaying them. My colleagues are already working on it.


    12 replies, in 3 days, for simple questions. Thanks you , finally, fresatomica.

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