Had the same problem in past. It’s related to adoc version.
Crowdin always supports the latest version, so you need to update files to version 4 (at least all mine are in 4 - no problems at all)
I guess it’s because they were added with a lower version, and probably you didn’t add new strings, so no update was triggered outside of your Gitlab.
You need to re-import all files that have problems with synch.
Please follow next steps:
- Pause synchronization
- Remove file from the repo
- Upload them back into the repo
- Remove file from the Crowdin project
- Resume integration with Edit + Save option
In order not to lose translations, I recommend this way:
Enable the option of duplicates (to be shared), than rename the branch in Crowdin, run the integration again. When new files arrive, remove the old branch and translations should migrate into new files (well, perhaps not all but the majority for sure, due to a different segmentation as they’re processed in the new version differently)
Or simply run Translation Memory pre-translation from the project homepage