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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #3123
added by Quabazaa, December 16, 2009
edited by Quabazaa, December 16, 2009
edited by Quabazaa, April 17, 2010
edited by blay_paul, May 26, 2010
edited by Quabazaa, June 3, 2010
added by Asma, September 28, 2012
Missing a space
لا تقلق <- لاتقلق
Quabazaa is not replying. I added a corrected sentence to the english...recommend deletion.
Sorry I was on holiday! Back now :)
Something weird is going on here.
Sentence 371617 is /left aligned/ and 340401 is /right aligned/ (when I copy them both into another program). This is why the two have not been automerged. One of the two should probably be deleted.
:D and all this time I thought Tatoeba did not support right aligned text :P
I'm guessing we delete the right aligned sentence (because It's not mine :P jk)...It might give sysko a headache since his working on fixing this issue
right aligned text. recommend deletion.
I'd rather delete yours because I'm less likely to annoy you. :-P
I guess one has some sort of invisible control character in the text.
:D you can annoy me as much as you want.
my point is that most arabic sentences on Tatoeba are already left aligned. I'm guessing that having right aligned sentences would just complicate sysko's job.
yep there is an invisible characters, it's the unicode characters to say the text align is reverse
but this was a "hack" when I was trying to find how to fix the "right to left" languages
but now I've found a better and smarter way to fix this (saeb, it's the way you've tested on the blue and funny tatoeba)
OK, that has (hopefully) removed the mysterious control character and now it should be deleted by the duplicate removal script next time it runs.
lookin' cool as a moderator, paul...editing and deleting other people's sentences 'n all...so can you shoot laser out of your fingers (yet)? :P