2011/12/21 Mikel Pascual - Akaita <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've working in help templates' translation, and I found that this kind of
string is everywhere:
<link href="text/shared/01/04050000.xhp" name="Comment">Comment</link>
What's that "name" parameter about?
I'm guessing that's the same as in html *<a name="Comment">*, but I checked
some other languages and all of them have translated those parameters.
If I'm correct, it would be much easier to keep those names untranslated
(could avoid quite a number of errors and checks).
I'm thinking about leaving those parameters "untranslated". Would there be
any downside about that?
Well, I´m one of portuguese translators and we don´t translate
What we do is <link href="text/shared/01/04050000.xhp"
name="Comment">Translated</link> where translated is the portuguese word
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