Dana 16.7.2013. 19:20, Eike Rathke je napisao:
True. I copied that addres from error list and since I fixed all errors,
it was gone. :)
On Saturday, 2013-07-13 12:28:25 +0200, Mihovil Stanic wrote:
That gives a "No results." for me.
Anyway, here is a better link:
string to define if the option pays one unit of (d)omestic currency
(cash or nothing) or (f)oreign currency (asset or nothing)
This function (along with other OPT_ functions) isn't present in
Oasis formula specification:
I'm interested in letters enveloped in brackets (d) and (f).
Are those fixed letters, meaning you need to enter them into formula
and shouldn't be changed?
If yes, then I need to leave them unchanged in translation.
Yes, those are fixed strings to be entered as function parameters so
can't be changed. This is for all parameters with a description "string
to define ..."
Well, need to fix it then since I translated it.
Also, all OPT_ formulas are missing first capital letter and maybe
True. We should change that for consistency at least for 4.2
Could you please file a bug for this?
On the other matter, are you or redhat.com domain on Thunderbird
blacklist or something? :D
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