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Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)

I'm receiving this message: Automatic edit filters have identified problematic content in their translation. Details: Hit AbuseFilter: Including problematic expression

What does that mean?

Hans Haase (talkcontribs)

You have hit a blacklisted reference. References can be copied or removed by marking the [n] in text. Carefully read the error message. If You dont find it, have us know what article we are talking about to get help.

Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)

When I try to publish, there are two different error messages. One of them is the one I told you and the other one says I'm adding a link to YouTube. Is that wrong? The only link to YouTube is on the references

Hans Haase (talkcontribs)

youtu.be is blacklisted, not youtube.com

Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)
Pedrorezsim (talkcontribs)

The references 15, 16, 17 and 18 were empty. Is this what you are talking about? They were empty in my translation but they were available in the original text

Hans Haase (talkcontribs)

I have no idea about the blacklist and even cant find it. Try to replace to following URLs, if not possible, einsert by an archived URL (archive.org): 4gp.me blog.thelinguist.com japaneseruleof7.com hackingchinese.com sfgate.com oldsite.leargas.ie livethelanguage.cn

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