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Import > Replace resets the disabled languages 5 months 2 weeks ago #3006

  • studenman
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Can you please make it so it remembers the flags on the languages after import?
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Import > Replace resets the disabled languages 5 months 2 weeks ago #3008

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They are remembered.

When you export/replace a language source to Google Spreadsheet, it will add a $ in front of every disabled language (e.g. "$Spanish")



Then, when it download the spreadsheet, it will Enable/Disable the language to match that.
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Import > Replace resets the disabled languages 5 months 2 weeks ago #3010

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Ah, OK, so is it the first sheet/tab where this matters or all of them? I can't Export to google at the moment (only Import), so I'll have to edit this by hand....
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Import > Replace resets the disabled languages 5 months 1 week ago #3013

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Let me answer my own question - yes, all you need to do is add the $ on the first tab.
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