Nathan Walp wrote:
> Can I assume that fixing this is worth breaking the string freeze, since 
> no good translation can really happen with it like it is?  I want an OK 
> from a translator or two before I go ahead and commit.
For me it's ok. But do we really currently have a string freeze? I have 
more than 76 fuzzy strings and more than 7 new strings since switching 
from Gaim (trunk) to Pidgin. I would prefer to delay the string freeze 
for some days because some more i18n problems may be found in the next days.


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