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2013-05-29 13:48, F Wolff rašė:
On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 1:17 PM, Andras Timar <> wrote:
On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 1:28 PM, Mihovil Stanic
<> wrote:

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.

It is not possible, different technologies use different hotkey markers.
~ is for old VCL
_ is for new .ui
& is for native Windows widgets

I've seen mentions of the move to GtkBuilder, and it seems to hold
lots of advantages. Apart from the burden for translators as Michael
mentions, I just realised that this change will impact the quality
checks in Pootle and similar tools that still assume that '~' is the
only marker. From a quick look, 13 of the quality checks in the
Translate Toolkit remove the marker as part of the test. Although this
might not make a difference in all affected strings, this is still
unfortunate, since it might introduce lots of false complaints from
the quality checks.

Is there a way to distinguish the accelerator from the #: comments, or
filename, or something like that?

Assuming that a marker is consistent within each file, I think it would make most sense to use the X-Accelerator-Marker header for that. The question is whether or not that assumption is correct... Andras?


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