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So I was going to add a whitelist to make a whitelist. Then I saw this spelling issue, it have nothing right.

A picture of it. What it says is "The list allowed users" in English. Shouldn't it be "The list allowed programs/software"?

 

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Then it's also about only websites that you can ignore. But what I know it's a whitelist for both sites and software.

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16 minutes ago, tetonbob said:

Greetings @unknownguy - would "Tillåt Lista" be more appropriate in this case? In English, that tab says only 'Allow List'.

"Tillåt Listan" would be more correct.

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I mean "Tillåtna Listan" would be better. But maybe you have a team that is Swedish that can correct it better?

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So after a bit of looking around the tool for spelling issues or language issues.

I found out that seconds in the image attached is named "180 sekunder {x ?}". "15 sekunder" is correct. But "180 sekunder {5 ? }" should be "5 sekunder".

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Forgot to add that the rest of "180 sekunder {a ? }" should be replaced with a, as the number. And the result should be "a sekunder".

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On 12/4/2019 at 4:03 PM, unknownguy said:

So after a bit of looking around the tool for spelling issues or language issues.

I found out that seconds in the image attached is named "180 sekunder {x ?}". "15 sekunder" is correct. But "180 sekunder {5 ? }" should be "5 sekunder".

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This should be fixed in the latest Beta release. Actually, it was in the previous Beta, 1.0.777 but remains fixed in 1.0.782

The original issue reported in this topic is still in our backlog for fixing in a future release. Thank you for your patience.

 

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Thanks. That is now fixed. Only "List of allowed users" left. I also saw that the UI issue in custom scan was fixed too.

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So I found another spelling issue. When I was looking inside Security > Update Threat Intelligence.

I think this issue is in many other language's. When using 1 there shouldn't be hours, only hour.

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Thanks again @unknownguy. About the Minutes, there can be no selection smaller than 15 minutes so that seems fine to me. But I agree 1 Day would be more appropriate, or 1 Week. Of course, if those longer time period options are used, then the system is not getting the most recent threat intelligence updates for longer periods of time.

All that said, we do already have an item in the backlog for this singular/plural copy issue. I can't say when it will be addressed, however.

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I just found another wrong spelling issue. Inside about.

The screenshot uploaded inside the red rectangle it's spelling issue. What "Uppdatera paketversion" mean is: You should update the package version.

A better choice would maybe be "Uppdatering av paketversion" which mean that its the update package version and not that you should update it.

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