New Version of xlate.cfg Available for s2a_fm

The latest version of the Scratch off-line editor, v423, changed the Scratch block Unicode representation.

This broke some s2a_fm language translations, specifically for Chinese, French and Portuguese. 

An updated xlate.cfg file has been uploaded to GIT. Here is a direct link to the file: xlate.cfg.

Simply copy and paste over the previous version of the file in your s2a_fm directory, and all should work.

If you are not using Scratch, but using Snap!, this fix should not be necessary.

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