I'm sorry to say that your recent changes have completely broken the Translate system for this page - negating all work done so far by our translators. Since this material is almost all new we will re-tag it, but please be aware of the guidance for translation continuity - wherever possible keep the appropriate tag with its paragraph, even if you move the paragraph. Delete a tag attached to any paragraph deleted. Never add tags manually. Hope that helps
Sorry, annew, I couldn't figure out how to handle the tags. The ominous warning said don't delete them, so I just grouped them all together and edited below them. Now I have a better idea of how to work with the tags!
In several pages, translate tags make up a considerable volume of the page. The warning at the head of the edit page is rather abstract. Your message is so much clearer. It would be good to replace the "don't delete the tags" warning with:
"[W]herever possible keep the appropriate tag with its paragraph, even if you move the paragraph. Delete a tag attached to any paragraph deleted. Never add tags manually."
I have one more suggestion; if at all possible, it would help to syntax highlight the translate tags with a barely visible gray instead of black. That will focus the attention on the text instead of the tags.
I have another related question. There were other ≪translate≫ tags (I can't put angle brackets here without this thing complaining about unbalanced tags) that I *had* to delete because otherwise, they were visible in the main document. What do those do?