This package allows you to trigger content rules based on
plone.app.iterate's four events: "An object will been checked
-out (IBeforeCheckoutEvent)", "An object has been checked out
-(ICheckoutEvent)", "A working copy will be checked in (ICheckinEvent)",
-"A working copy has been checked in (IAfterCheckinEvent)".
+out" (IBeforeCheckoutEvent), "An object has been checked out"
+(ICheckoutEvent), "A working copy will be checked in" (ICheckinEvent),
+"A working copy has been checked in" (IAfterCheckinEvent).
Mark translations as outdated when the canonical version is changed.
This package provides a content action that can be used to mark all
-translations of a piece of content as outdated when they are edited,
-using `slc.outdated` to provide the underlying 'mark as outdated' feature.
+translations as outdated when the canonical version is edited, using
+`slc.outdated` to provide the underlying 'mark as outdated' feature.
-Per-language collections of outdated content can serve as a to-do list
-for translators. Once the content has been updated, manually 'toggle
-outdated' on the newly retranslated content.
+Most sites are probably edited both directly and by checkout/checkin
+depending on the privileges of the author. To detect both kinds of edits,
+you will need two content rules. One for 'A working copy has been checked
+in' and another for 'Object Modified (but only if the object is not
+Once these rules are set up, per-language collections of outdated content
+can serve as a to-do list for translators. Once the content has been
+updated, manually 'toggle outdated' on the newly retranslated content.
Edit working copies side-by-side with the canonical version.
This package provides a 'side-by-side' view to edit plone.app.iterate
working copies alongside the baseline's canonical revision, just like
-LinguaPlone's edit view but for working copies.
+LinguaPlone's edit view but for working copies. In a working copy, just
+use the 'side by side' tab instead of the 'edit' tab to reference the