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3 hour(s) ago by CK
Unfortunately, the existing script wasn't perfect and some data was being lost when it was run.

Apparently, it's taking a lot of time to rewrite the script and thoroughly test it before running it [...]
4 hour(s) ago by Objectivesea
I think this might be a more difficult challenge than it seems at first. I don't know much about Tibetan, but in common with other Indic scripts like Devanagari, Bengali, etc., the basic Tibetan conso [...]
7 hour(s) ago by sacredceltic
The former merging script worked wonders. Why on Earth was it ever changed ?!
10 hour(s) ago by gillux
Hello,

I need help from for people who know the Tibetan language. I’m trying to make the search function into Tibetan to work. To better explain my request, I’ll first to explain a little bit h [...]
15 hour(s) ago by CK
* The top 10 languages with exact duplicates added last week *

ita = 234
epo = 164
rus = 115
hun = 93
deu = 46
eng = 37
tur = 21
pol = 12
spa = 11
fra = 10


49,416 = total number of du [...]

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DostKaplan
2 min(s) ago
As I said before, my leaving a comment to have my sentences translated is just my way to, hopefully, get the attention of the Turkish translators to translate my sentences instead of some generic sentence that someone may or may not look up the Turkish translation for.

No, I don't normally use quotes around course names. I italicize them!
Pfirsichbaeumchen
27 min(s) ago
Should there be a comma before "then" (replacing the word "and")?