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Why do the latest versions of MX on Android use older translations?

Most of the errors in this post were fixed in the 2nd to last (?) version and now i've noticed they're all wrong again?

Crowdin translations are still correct.

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20 hours ago, 7twenty said:

Why do the latest versions of MX on Android use older translations?

Most of the errors in this post were fixed in the 2nd to last (?) version and now i've noticed they're all wrong again?

Crowdin translations are still correct.

Hi Rob,

I believe that Doris has reported bugs on all mentioned points, but since most of them couldn't be fixed by editing the source files, the dev team fixed them as separate bugs. Some mistakes may be caused because of that...

Besides, the latest Android update I sent to them is in July. 20, and as I check it's without mentioned problems. 

I've asked the developers of Android, and are waiting for their reply. Shall update you later.

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On 11/5/2017 at 10:03 PM, 7twenty said:

Why do the latest versions of MX on Android use older translations?

Most of the errors in this post were fixed in the 2nd to last (?) version and now i've noticed they're all wrong again?

Crowdin translations are still correct.

Hi Rob,

Since as you know, Doris has left Maxthon, it's hard to know at what stage her bug reporting is. So I compare all mentioned bugs in that post and the latest Android browser, finding 5 unrepaired bugs. I have sent them email with those 5, and hope they could fix them ASAP.

Followings are these 5:

"Already switched to Incognito" > "Incognito enabled"
"Add o Launcher" > "Add to Launcher"
"No Download" > "No Downloads found"
"Last Modified:" > "Last modified:"
"Un-default" > "Not default"

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