It works now.

And I am trying to revising the translations for pootle itself, to fix some 
errors and finish the untranslated strings. Do we need to wait for pootle for a 
new release to make the new translations shown, or can we do it on TDF side by 
fetching the new po files directly?

于 2018年2月14日 GMT+08:00 下午7:27:33, Sophie <> 写到:
>Le 14/02/2018 à 07:07, Kevin Suo a écrit :
>> Hi,
>> The pootle server codes in github indicates that it supports many
>other languages in the UI, but when I open the TDF Pootle Server, it's
>always in English. Could someone investigate? I want it to show as
>Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) UI if the browser language is in in
>Simplified Chinese.
>> This is a "regression", in previous pootle versions it did show
>Chinese UI.
>> This is important, as currently I am trying to gather the people from
>some of the "minority" nationalities here in China (Uighur, Mongolian
>etc)  to help translating LibreOffice into their native language. For
>them, they may speek good Chinese, but they may not understand English.
>If the pootle UI can display as Chinese, I can guide them through to
>add "Simplified Chinese" in the "Alternative Source Languages" list, so
>that they can start translating using Chinese as reference language.
>That should work now, let me know if you still meet issues.
>Sophie Gautier
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