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Hello, after few hours on this topic, I finally managed to solve this issue.
The fist step is obviously to change the appropriate .po file (add/modify/delete a translation).
Then, just activate the developer mode.
Go in Settings/Translation/Load a translation.
Choose the language and tick the box "replace the existing terms".
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|Asked: 8/18/16, 3:46 AM|
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|Last updated: 8/18/16, 4:27 AM|