I believe the strings can be found by everybody using a search in the
Comments field for the codes given below. Check "Comments" and "Exact
match" when searching. The search is very fast when Exact match is checked.
But yes, it would be easier if everybody just had access to the greek
translation at https://translations.documentfoundation.org/el/ :-)
2014-12-11 13:50 GMT+01:00 ΔΗΜΗΤΡΗΣ Σ <email@example.com>:
Hi Δημητρησ (Dimitrio, right?),
The questions are:
a) The string ? in (String 29043393
(glossary.src STR_QUERY_DELETE_GROUP2 string.text)
is used as the simple
question mark or for another purpose and should be stay as it is?
This is code 8aDAD
b) The Semicolons in (String 29044489
) (converttexttable.ui semicolons label string.text) is used as the simple
semicolon or for another purpose and should be stay as it is?
This is code D4FLM
c) The . in (String 40059917
(insertcaption.ui num_separator_edit text string.text) is used as the
simple full stop or for another purpose and should be stay as it is?
This is code 8aDAD
d) The . in (String 48071054
(optcaptionpage.ui numseparator text string.text) is used as the simple
full stop or for another purpose and should be stay as it is?
This is code cAQbj
e) There are, too, two-three cases - I don't recall now - for the
of thousounds and decimals, where in French it is used the same symbol as
in English (, .) and in German (. ,). What is the right?
As Sophie already mentioned,
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decimal_mark#Examples_of_use mentions the
use in different countries. Note that several different notations can be
valid for the same country.
According to that source, it seems like the French version of the SI style
is valid in both Germany and France:
1 234 567,89
But this is also valid in Germany:
f) I think that those cases should be more clear.
I think it would be easier to do something about with if you could mention
the specific cases when you see them again. :-) Searching for either "." or
"," would give too many results.
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