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In LibreOffice Calc's Turkish translation, we have some localization
issues about the translation of the following words:


Calc is translated as "Hesap tablosu- Calculation Table" which is the
best choice. Because we actually do not have the exact translation of
the concept "spreadsheet" so we use both Calc and Spreadsheets
translation as Hesap tablosu.

Also, the situation of sheet is quite confusing, sheet means a the
paper of a book( as page). And it is translated as "Çalışma Sayfası"
which means more like "WorkSheet".

This worked so far. However it creates a usability issue in the user
interface. You may see the following screenshot: (Windows) (GNU/Linux - KDE)

You may see that there is no enough space left for the Sheet tabs. The
bottom bar takes more space by default. In my opinion, "Çalışma
sayfası" takes too much space, and there is no need to define it like
this.Also there is a lack of animation for selecting the sheets, and
you may confuse the tabs. "Sayfa"(Sheet) will be better both in
meaning and in usage. So i want to replace the translation. With this
change tabs will look as follows: (Windows) (GNU/Linux - KDE)

This will be a better look by default, and it will be easy to
understand the sheets.

Here is my question:

I've found the traslation strings for:


However, there is no Sheet1, i thouht that it is derived from Sheet
and it seems like the string is here:

I am not very similar to the KeyID system, and i couln't find how to
activate it(it think it will be ready for the next beta relase). So i
need your assistance to find the Sheet tabs translation string.

With this change, the new tabs as Sheet5 and more will be
automatically named as Sayfa5 etc instead of Çalışma Sayfası5.


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