The String Discovery feature of Say What? Pro makes it easy to find strings to change or replace by searching, and providing search suggestions. This process makes it easy to get the text domain, and text contexts right without having to delve through code.
If you’re running WordPress in a non-“English (US)” language things could still be difficult since String Discovery only searched the original (English (US) language) strings, so you needed to know what the string was in that to find it easily. That’s now changed with the latest release of the plugin, allowing you to search for strings in either the original form, or the translated string.
The auto-complete suggestions will show the localised string by default, but also let you know that it’s a translated string, and provide the original for information.
When you choose a replacement, the original string is what is used to set up the replacement, with the translated version shown for information: