Hello from Greece. I am facing the same problems as many other users on this page, but also one more: I get a message in Greek saying that the translation I have built is based on an old version of the original article, and that the content has changed and I may want to consider starting the translation again. NOT the case! The last edit on the English article (Keio Plaza Hotel) was on 11 November, and I started yesterday, i.e. 30 November! When I mark the issue (and also the e.g. "90% untranslated" notifications) as resolved, I get the 400 error. I missed my contribution to Asian month because of this. Please help me at least salvage the work i have done...
Not publishing, Error 400 AND it falsely says that the content of the page has changed!
This must be helpful - Topic:Vvtzmq2bygqiu4em
thank you for your replies but nothing seems to work. It was a similar story in the spring. Also, no-one seems to be facing the problem in the screenshot (there is a tool that facilitates manual uploading but one has to remove the unnecessary markup, but I don't remember where to find it. Are you aware of it? )
NO, I don't know about it(
never mind, I copy-pasted the translation into my sandbox on Greek Wikipedia :)
Not good, but real way :)