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Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)

I'm trying to translate an article from English to Portuguese and I was warned I was only writing in capital letters. However I wasn't. How can I change these settings? Otherwise I won't be able to publish my translation.

The article I'm trying to translate is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Lewis

Hans Haase (talkcontribs)

Carefully read the error message. You may be able to publish as personal draft using the gear-button. If You stay inside the translation, You may be able to publish again if th target article does not exist.

Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)

I really can't solve it. This message occasionally disappears but later it comes back again. I can't even publish it as a draft using the gear-button. I have asked for help because I can't understand these error messages that don't show what is wrong.

Hans Haase (talkcontribs)

Cant find anything in the source text, but I have no access to Your translation. Check all characters from text, that are no references and no letters Your can type on the keyboard. An XML check only complains an "&" char.

GuitarGuyC4 (talkcontribs)

I'm having the exact same issue when trying to translate an article from English to Portuguese. The messages change back and forth between "All capital letters" and "Improper content and / or summary related to the human body." The error message doesn't highlight any text whatsoever, even though it usually highlights the paragraph in which the error occurs. I've read the entire article several times looking for instances where there may be an issue, but found none. It's been extremely frustrating trying to translate articles using this tool.

It also gave me the "all caps" error when adding an infobox, and the error only went away when I deleted the infobox.

For reference, I'm trying to translate this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sven_Väth

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