hehe... that's a known bug, but as noone had reported it before, I assumed that I was the only who knew about it
When I noticed the bug, it was with the text "3,1", which is used in a special key in the spanish translation. It happened something similar: the symbol (in this case, the comma) appears after the following character: "31,". I tried to fix it, but I still don't know why it happens.
In my tests, I saw a very interesting thing: Just after opening the translator, the first key you display does not have the problem: Make this test, Mnjul, Cookie...: Open the translator, select the files and go to that key. It should be displayed correctly. Now, go to another key and go back to the first one. The problem is there
In order to "fix" the problem, you have to close and restart the translator again.
Originally posted by Mnjul
Anyway, it's nothing serious for that entry, but if this happens for other, "regular" entries then it'd be a pain in neck
Don't worry. Under very concrete circumstances, it may happen with other texts, but as long as I know, it happens in texts that have a comma "," or a dash "-" between non-letter characters and without spaces. For example: ":-[", "2,3", "333-444" and not these ones: "2, 3", "qqq-www". These texts which cause the bug are the less common ones.
But these is an important thing to say: This is only a bug concerning the display of the text. What you write in the text area, goes directly to the file and it is written correctly, even if after that, it is displayed wrong.
Anyway, if you doubt, I'd suggest to review the file for those texts that may have commas of dashes without spaces.
Thanks for reporting