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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #3366835
added by Malape, July 7, 2014
linked by Malape, July 7, 2014
edited by Malape, August 8, 2014
edited by Malape, August 11, 2014
linked by albrusgher, February 26, 2017
linked by samir_t, July 12, 2020
edited by AlanF_US, 14 days ago
"History" -> "history"
"The more languages you know" -> "However many languages you know"
or for a more drastic rewrite to produce a smoother result:
"The more languages you know, that many times you're a person" ->
"You are a person for every language you know"
"The more languages you know, the more you are a person"
I don't see any sequences of multiple spaces, either when I perform an SQL query or when I view page source. In fact, I would be surprised to see them, since a while ago, I added code to collapse each sequence into a single space when a sentence was saved. I also wrote a script to do this in the existing sentences. What leads you to think that there are extra spaces in these sentences? Where are you looking?
Between "languages" and "are".
I can send you a screen shot of how the exported data looks in my text editor, if you need it.
I downloaded the sentences and do not see the problem in my CSV file. I sent you an e-mail with a screenshot of a text editor showing the relevant part of the CSV file. If you see something different, please respond to that e-mail and send me a screenshot if necessary.
> languages are
Between "languages" and "are", there are two zero-width spaces after a normal space.
Yes, I figured that out with a hex editor plugin. Thanks.
I've modified a ticket to refer to this problem: https://github.com/Tatoeba/tatoeba2/issues/643