Hi, this problem has been already touched in this thread, and the solution seemed to be found. I mean translations which were saved as drafts first, when published were not noticed in the Site activity window, moreover they weren't on the top of the list of just-made translations, 'cause the date and time of their piblication was the date and time when the draft was saved for the first time, and it was some period of time ago . The solution was easy: when you finish your translation draft, you just copy the text, open a New translation page, paste the text and publish, that's it.
Today I run in a case when I had to make a choice between publishing my translation from the draft window or opening a New translation window and copying there my text made earlier.
The problem is, while I was making my translation (and it was a three days period), the request I was fulfilling had gone. I could no more open that request, fill in the fields and publish my translation so it would have newest date and time. The irony is that the request have been hanging on LT for almost 2 years, and now that I started to fulfill it, it's gone! The only place where I could still see it was a request was in my draft translation page.
So I've chosen to publish my translation from the draft page, the only way I could publish it as completing the request. But the date and time of this translation was saved as three days ago, it's when I just started to translate the song. So the translation didn't show up in the top of the translations list, and there was not a blink of it in the Site activity window. Moreover, it can't be found now in the list of new translations even if you aply search by languges, the artist name and even the song's name.
So the translation just got buried for good. The only ways one can find it is on the page of the song itself, or in the translations list on my account page, and, thanks God, on the page of the completed translation requests of the request submitter.
So... maybe the time of publishing a translation should be the time when the traslation was finally published, rather than the time when a translation draft was saved for the first time? What do you think guys?
The translation in question is this: