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When importing new TemplateData parameters, there's no reason to warn about the old parameters
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Extension:TemplateData has a wonderful feature: if you add a parameter to your template, the "Manage TemplateData" GUI editor automatically notices and asks if you want to import it.

Add 1 suggested parameter
Including: age

If you say yes, however, the GUI displays a long response that sounds like a problem occurred:

Some parameters were not imported, because they already exist in the editor: name, address, zipcode, color, issmall, message

I suggest you get rid of the above message. All you need is the second line, informing the user that the new parameters were imported.

1 new parameter was imported: age

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I thought about setting the associated system message, templatedata-modal-errormsg-import-paramsalreadyexist, to the empty string. But I don't know if this message is used in other places (where it's more needed).

Change 265410 had a related patch set uploaded (by Alex Monk):
Don't show warning about already-known parameters that weren't imported

Change 265410 merged by jenkins-bot:
Don't show warning about already-known parameters that weren't imported

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