You misunderstood my case. If i am user “skyray1”, and i make a suggestion, why 
should the system allow me to accept or reject thay suggesting if i am logged 
in as user skyray1...?

Kind regards,
Ahmad Alawsie

> On 9 Feb 2018, at 04:51, Keith N. McKenna <keith.mcke...@comcast.net> wrote:
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>> On 2/8/2018 8:48 PM, Ahmad Alawsie wrote:
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>> Hi all,
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>> So while I’m translating, I thought to myself that I can try and test
>> the suggestion mode to see how it works and what can be improved...
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>> So in this instance where I suggest a word/phrase, the suggestion goes
>> through and will appear as normal under the text field. However, it
>> appears with an ‘x’ or tick, which seems to break logic. It just does
>> not make sense for a user to suggest a word, and then have the ability
>> to accept/reject the suggestion.
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>> As a translator, what I expected for the suggestion mode is that, if a
>> user suggests a translated word/phrase, then it is only logical that
>> the user cannot accept or reject their own suggestion. It would make
>> sense, though, that they have the ability to edit their submitted
>> suggestion/s, or delete it completely. I decided to test this
>> ‘illogical’ function out and this is what it looks like:
>> 
> Actually it is not illogical at all. My understanding is that that
> anyone can make suggestions as a guest but all suggestions need to be
> accepted or rejected by a registered translator. One of the permissions
> that are granted to translators when they request a pootle account is to
> be able to accept suggestions. That is why you were able to accept your
> own suggestions.
> 
> Regards
> Keith
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>> I submitted the suggestion (at the bottom of the screenshot), and as
>> you can see, I am given the options to accept or reject the
>> suggestion... yet it is my own suggestion. I accepted the suggestion
>> and it now marks as 1 “accepted” on my profile (my username is
>> skyray1). My profile can be seen in the screenshot below, with the
>> accepted column marking 1 on the ‘Apache OpenOffice 4.x Help
>> <https://translate.apache.org/ar/aoo40help/>’ row.
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>> The screenshot above now shows the number “1” after I had accepted my
>> OWN suggestion. In my opinion, this needs to change, as for logic’s
>> sake, users should submit suggestions for OTHERS to review, and not
>> themselves.
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>> Kind regards,
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>> Ahmad A
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