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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Missing translations on UI

Hi, Anton!

Am 04.02.2013 22:30, schrieb Anton Meixome:

I have tested the UI from v 4.0 (RC3) on Ubuntu and Windows I am noticed
about some lost in translation, here and there. Perhaps 7 ou 8 strings.

I suspect that It's common for all languages. I have checked galician
interface. I think that the exportación process from Pootle is the problem

For example in Standar bar, the unlocalizated opción is with *mark

*Exit LibreOffice
*Page Width
*Default Style
*Default Style

*Floating Frame

LibreOffice Options

LibreOffice Writer
Count words
*Additional separators


All these strings are translated in German. We use Pootle for translation, too, so it can't be a Pootle probleme.

I see therefor untranslated strings at:

XML Filter settings...
*Text XSLTs...
*Save as Package...
*Open Package...
*(all filter names)

Can anybody confirm this for other languages?


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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Missing translations on UIJoan Montané <joan@montane.cat>
[libreoffice-l10n] Missing translations on UIAnton Meixome <meixome@certima.net>
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