Hi. I have a small improvement request.
Java supports using
%,d as a formatting specifier. Compared to
%d, this provides nicer formatting with locale-dependent digit grouping (
1000000). However, Crowdin doesn’t recognize this as a variable like it does
Recognized variables are highlighted and produce a warning when missing from translations. I’ve already had several occasions when a translator mistyped
%,d which later resulted in app crashes.