How can we add missing translations?

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    The translation template eventorganiser.pot found in wp-content\plugins\event-organiser\languages has 488 occurrences of msgid however only 424 are available for translation at https://translate.wordpress.org/locale/ca/default/wp-plugins/event-organiser/ same for all other languages.

    This means that while wordpress.org says that the plugin is 100% translated, they are still 64 strings (488-424) that can’t be translated with the wordpress.org translation tool.

    What can be done to translate them?

    Fotoclub Poblenou
    #38167 Reply

    Hi, I’m not sure what WordPress.org uses for their translation tool so I don’t know why its not picking up on all translations.

    You can edit the .po file directly, using .pot for reference, and there are online tools which will convert it to .mo files.

    Stephen Harris
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