Yes, I enabled it on purpose. I think it can be a useful feature that allows a second pair of eyes. You don’t have to use it, if you don’t need it. We don’t care about the proofread state when we pull translations from Transifex. Heck, we currently do not even filter by review state.
You and your team of translators has multiple options:
- Ignore the proofread feature. No harm done.
- Let someone else, who hasn’t reviewed the string, proofread and use it to find errors in translations.
- Or use Transifex’s bulk select feature and mark all of your reviewed strings proofread as well. That’s really helpful when you don’t like empty checkboxes and percentages < 100%.