In data sabato 7 settembre 2013 12:10:05, Italo Vignoli ha scritto:
On 9/5/13 2:18 PM, Valter Mura wrote:
Heading and Title are translated in the same way, "Titolo", presently I
have no alternatives.
We could translate "heading" with "intestazione" and "title" with
"titolo", although this could be misleading for some users. I do not see
a simple solution, as in everyday language these are both called
"titolo" in Italian.
I've put in this specific case Title > "Titolo principale" (presently one
occurrence only), like French, and "Heading" > "Titolo"
"Intestazione" is used for "Header"
I think this is now the solution with less problems for the user.
Open Source is better!
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