All of our translation efforts are handled on Transifex (https://www.transifex.com/nodebb/nodebb/), but in general, yes... fixes and incorrect translations would be handled there, and custom changes specific to your community you'd make to those files directly.
I just got an email about a new chat message containing an emoji and thought: This could get some improvements.
The HTML-part: I think I should add a style for setting the width, height to 20px by hooking
action:email.sendand attaching it to the
data.html. This seems to be easy.
The plain-part: here's my question: how can I prevent emoji getting parsed at all? Or do I have to revert the parsed content?
I guess within core sth. must be wrong since the whole post got html-parsed into the plain-part instead of being plain o_O
I've added some styles into html-part of emails now (emoji-extended
@julian Maybe the
email.sendhook should become a
filtersince you may want to edit mails before they get delivered (by another plugin). Within the
actionit's only possible synchronous (that's fine for my use-case).