Grammalecte  History Of Ticket ef195f20ed5fd1fc762e5dcb48adbd7d0b601d6f

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  1. Ticket change [2faf79f963] (rid 5779) by anonymous on 2018-06-26 09:08:56:

    1. icomment:
      I don’t know if it’s possible but if there is a way to use Grammalecte in poedit for people who translate that can be cool.
    2. login: "anonymous"
    3. mimetype: "text/x-fossil-plain"
    4. private_contact initialized to: "efc5c520ecae8e9554fa78129a7f0c3252c580f2"
    5. severity initialized to: "Critical"
    6. status initialized to: "Open"
    7. title initialized to: "Use it with POedit"
    8. type initialized to: "Feature_Request"
  2. Ticket change [19de888d49] (rid 5826) by olr on 2018-06-27 19:15:46:

    1. icomment:
      I don’t know. It depends of the extensibility of POedit. You should ask to them.
      Anyway, as I said before, there are thousands of softwares who edit texts, and I haven’t the means nor the desire to create an extension to all of them.
      At the moment, the only softwares officially supported are LibreOffice, Firefox, Thunderbird (and Chrome). 
      You should have a look to what is done to use Grammalecte with other softwares:
    2. login: "olr"
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    4. priority changed to: "Zero"
    5. resolution changed to: "Rejected"
    6. severity changed to: "Important"
    7. status changed to: "Closed"
    8. subsystem changed to: "Other"