I don’t know if there’s some kind of mistake or I’m doing something wrong. On Crowdin some strings have two forms: One and Other. Yet I am still required to translate Few and Many as well, otherwise the translations don’t show up on the website. I noticed that the Estonian language Crowdin project doesn’t have that problem - they only have One and Other.
Here’s an example:
So I think there’s some kind of a mistake in Lithuanian language project. Please fix this as some of those are quite essential :)
We don’t control which languages show / require which plural forms on Crowdin. If you think they’re not providing the correct plural forms for Lithuanian, please get in touch with them at https://crowdin.com/contacts. In the meantime, you can just translate the
many forms the same as
other assuming they’re the same.
Ok, that solves it, thank you :)