Thanks, @antondobrev. This is now fixed/Now this is fixed/This is fixed now/This now is fixed =)
Does the pronunciation of 'nahe' here sound incorrect to anyone else? To me you can't really hear the 'e' in 'nahe'
I may be wrong, but I think that "now" at the end of the sentence also makes sense.
In the English language you can generally put the indication of time at the beginning and the end of a sentence (although it might sometimes alter the meaning slightly). The discussion in this case, however, is not about the indication of time, but about the words 'two' and 'too'. Your suggestion is probably already one of the possible answers.