Content translation shows an error when the translation has a high percentage of unmodified text (T190283). Currently the basic mechanism to prevent publishing has been supported, but it requires some adjustments in order to let users access more details about this problem.
# Current state
# Proposed changes
|After trying to publish|When checking the issue card|
- Adjust the error text message to remove the reference to "machine-translated":
> Your translation cannot be published because it contains too much unmodified text.
- Register the issue as an error in the Issue system (T189488). So that it appears in the Summary card (In the example the "1 error" in red is the associated item).
- Provide a "View issues" link in the error message that acts as a shortcut to expand the issue card.
- Create the details card for the error with the following messaging:
> **Your translation contains <pecentage of MT>% of unmodified text**
> Automatic translation is provided only as a starting point. Make sure that the content is accurate and reads naturally in your language.
> Your translation is likely to be deleted when it is reviewed by other editors.
> [Learn more]
For more details check the original spec in T190283