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Dana 28.5.2013. 13:21, Michael Bauer je napisao:
I'm officially throwing the towel on the hotkeys. Or are they access keys? Whatever... the scope is impossible to tell, some use ~ some use & and as of 4.0.1 we now also have underscore. Apart from messing with my TM, I also end up with the unpalatable choice of either totally ignoring multiple uses of the same access key in the UI or spending an extraordinary amount of time fixing them. And as LO expands, it will only get worse.

We sort of had this debate before and I believe the upshot was that if you leave them out, the system will automatically assign them. I think that's what I will do from now assuming the failing access key checks in Pootle won't stop the release in my locale. If I file a bug, is it possible to remove all of them automatically? Or does the system not care if I stop assigning them manually part way through?


I feel your pain. :)
I'm coming from Mozilla L10n in which you have access keys as a separate strings to LO in which there is 3 different ways to mark access keys. I'm not against marking access keys inside strings, but PLEASE decide how you want to do it.

Also, I'm having problems with knowing which of one word strings are free to translate and which are variables (place holders or whatever it's called, which I shouldn't translate). Not really sure why you are even offering those strings in Pootle translation if they shouldn't be translated.

Best regards,

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