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      In "5.9.6.4 Localization Quality Issue" there is a note saying:

      "If human reviewers or other QA agents (Enriching Agents from the XLIFF
      specification point of view), need to insert general
      comments pertaining to whole structural elements such as paragraphs, sections,
      or files rather than to specific inline portions of
      source or target content, the Localization Note data category is more suitable."

      I'm not sure this is wise. I would expect a QA agent to use the LQI data
      category, not the Localization Note data category.

      Maybe we should say nothing instead of hinting at other ways to do thing?

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            • Assignee:
              DavidFilip David Filip
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              ysavourel Yves Savourel [X] (Inactive)
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