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Hi Thomas, *
Le 11/10/2013 19:54, Thomas Hackert a écrit :
Hello Sophie, *,
On Freitag, 11. Oktober 2013 19:38 Sophie wrote:
Le 11/10/2013 19:30, Thomas Hackert a écrit :
On Freitag, 11. Oktober 2013 09:17 Sophie wrote:
[two new Pootle guides]
- one about Pootle:

As you may have seen, I have proofread it and corrected a couple
of things ... ;)

Yes, I often have problem with 'chose' and 'below' and a couple of
others ;)


But still ... I am not that contented with it ... :(

ok, thanks a lot for your feedback, I'll go through it tomorrow.


1. I am not sure, if it is really "on Pootle" or "in Pootle"
(e.g. "Manage (depending on your permissions on Pootle, you may
not see this area)" ... :( My gut feeling says, it should be "in
Pootle", but I may be wrong here ... ;) ).
2. Is there any possibilty to resize a picture in MediaWiki? The
pictures in chapter 3 ("String area on the Translate tab",, 3.4
("Status Bar giving several indications and filter
possibilities",, and 4,2
("Terminology entry showing comment and information", are
much too broad on my system (Debian Testing AMD64 w/ Firefox
(2013-10-11)  and Chromium Version 29.0.1547.57 Debian jessie/sid
(217859), KDE 4.10.5, and a display resolution from 1024x768) ...

what is done usually is to thumbnail them, and you get the full
size by clicking on it. I can do it, no problem

That would be a possibility. I thought, it would be possible to 
resize them via – say – <img src: Filename.png size:optional> (that 
would be pseudo HTML, though I am not sure, how this has to look 
like in wiki syntax or if it is possible) ... ;) The source code of 
the site has [[File:FailingCheks.png|frame|border|none|alt=...]] in 
it. For what reason is the "none" there? Anything to use for 
something special?

'none' is to keep the picture left without text flow when you thumbed
them (it's part of my own collection of wiki syntax that I copy/past ;)

3. Under header "3 Translate"
( you
have written: "See the screenshot below: on the left, the element
that will help you, on the middle the source string and your
translation, on the right the submission button and failed checks
if any.". What do you mean with "on the left, the element that
will help you"? How exactly would it help me? Would you be so
kind to explain it a little bit further? And I cannot help, but
this sentence sounds really strange ... :( But maybe my last
English lesson was too long ago, and I have forgotten too much
... ;)

ok, some explanations on vote for suggestions are still missing


4. Under the header "2.3 Search" you wrote: "As you can see, this
search field is pretty limited. You can find Grep commands
documented under this page (linked later) if you are using
Linux.". Where do I find either the explanation or the link you
mention here? Is this something you wanted to add later for some
reason ;?

yes, the second link I mentionned :)

Would it not be better to write "As you can see, this search field 
is pretty limited. You can find Grep commands explained [[Name of 
second guide]], if you are using Linux." ;? Then you can shorten the 
description and you do not need any further paragraph, link 
collection or the like on this page ... ;)

oh, I didn't want to add anything else but the link, it's done now.

Kind regards

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