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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Feedback and suggestions on the l10n process
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Feedback and suggestions on the l10n process
- From: Andras Timar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 12:38:37 +0200
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2011/10/16 Olivier Hallot <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Exactly... for what it worth, leting the software define shortcuts may lead
> do inconsistencies among versions and disrupt users already used to the old
> shortcuts. I expect some rants from them.
> Unfortunately, the best way is to manually define each shortcut, dialog by
> Now, since this is very cumbersome, a tool to map each dialog with pootle
> file/section is a must.
We would need a map, for example:
(Writer|Basic|Draw|Impress) Edit - Find & Replace...
I have no idea how to extract this information from the source code.
Key IDs help a bit I think, at least you know what to modify in Pootle
when you see it on the UI. By the way, it is not a disaster when there
are duplicated shortcuts in a menu or in a dialog. Even English UI has
duplicates shourcuts, for example in Writer, File menu, Sen~d and
Export as P~DF or Digital Signatu~res and P~rinter settings. These
menu items are still accessible from the keyboard, the shortcut key
toggles between the two items, also arrow keys can be used. For
dialogs it works similarly, and user also can tab thorough the items.
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