I expect there to be twelve of these pages. I plan to create all of the
pages first and then add the translation markups afterwards.
I will confirm via the email list when I am finished. Maybe you or
somebody else with suitable knowledge would give the pages a quick check
at that point, just to make sure that I have not done anything wrong in
terms of adding the translation markups.
The technical details of the pages shouldn't need much checking as they
are mostly copied directly from the published 7.0 Calc Guide.
On 05/01/2021 06:56, Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote:
The translation needs to be prepared by hand according to these
In this case it is a bit tedious as you ideally have to include many
snippets in the translation (while excluding the content and markup
that should remain untranslated). I guess the argument names in the
description section could be included in the translation. You would
also want to include every single comment in the example code block.
On 4.1.2021 22.33, Steve Fanning wrote:
I have created one of the pages at
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Macros/Calc/ba019. Do I need to
do anything to prepare it for translation?
On 04/01/2021 11:09, Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote:
On 4.1.2021 12.54, Steve Fanning wrote:
Could you give me some advice with regards to the wiki please?
I am in the process of updating Chapter 13 of the Calc Guide to
change its emphasis away from macro programming. There are some
useful LibreOffice Basic macro code snippets which are to be
removed from the document, but I do not want to lose them
completely. Therefore, I propose to add them to the wiki – the page
at https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Macros/Calc seems a good
place to start.
Two questions arise:
1. Can I view a list of all the pages currently in the
2. What would be the best material for me to read to understand the
markup that should be included to format the code snippets nicely?
I think we found that lang set to vbnet is the best for syntax
highlighting, so put your code inside a block like:
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