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Re: migration to sql-ledger

Hi Peeter,

On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 4:51 PM, Peeter Pärtel <..hidden..> wrote:
Hi Raido,

I'm in progress on translating LedgerSMB to Estonian. As I have other commitments right now, it's on pause.

Wel, maybe the two of you can get the translation done together? If one knows some of the terms and the other has some time to go over the strings, that might make it a lighter effort for both?
First I just added to 1.4 translation all I have used for 1.2 translation. There is a lot of new things in 1.4 and I don't have a working 1.4 right now.

For others: Did I understand correctly that in 1.3 and 1.4 and 1.5 I cannot change documents once they are saved? If it is so, it seems I'm stuck with 1.2, as this is a must have functionality for us.

Can you explain your workflow and the reason that this is the case? I'm trying to understand the reasons why people would not be able to migrate to the new versions. One reason is that the newer versions are technically a *lot* more sound than 1.2 and before. If nobody is going to use that effort, it's simply been a waste of time (not your fault!).

As you can understand, it's pretty important to us to understand why you think you can't do without editing of transactions. In what situations do you normally edit transactions? How often is that (as compared to how often you enter transactions, of course!) (I stepped in at 1.3.0 and make my share of mistakes, but have worked without transaction editing from day one -- and survived :-) so I need a bit of help here).

Thanks for taking the time to help us improve the software and make it useable for you!



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