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Hi Sveinn, *,

On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 3:03 PM, Sveinn í Felli <> wrote:

Anyone is sure about handling these lines ?:

msgctxt "BitPay:CheckoutLocale"
msgid "en_US"
msgstr ""

I guess this is supposed to be translated to my locale (is_IS); I can see
that the Germans put de_DE but Sophie an her french team put en_US here.

Not all languages are supported, so might need to use a fallback there.


msgctxt "DonatePage:DEFAULT_CURRENCY"
msgid "USD"
msgstr ""

Both the above-mentionned teams put EUR here; I would have guessed, but what
happens in the next lines to those who keep USD as currency ?:

Not all currencies are supported by both paypal and Concardis, so
might pick what makes sense here.

msgctxt "DonatePage:DEFAULT_AMOUNT_EUR05"
msgid "5"
msgstr ""

those are meant to be the equivalent of 5, 10,.... Euro in the
currency you picked above.
I.e. if you were to use Japanese Yen, it wouldn't make sense to have 5
Yen donations, as the fees already would eat that up. so the
approximate equivalent of 5 Euro would be 500 Yen → you'd put 500 in

The donations are performed in the donation that was picked, so in
case currency is Yen, and value is 500, then 500 Yen would be paid by
the donator. Gets the value of 500 Yen in Euro (minus currency
conversion fees, minus paypal or Concardis fees)


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