On 26/04/15 11:01, Adolfo Jayme Barrientos wrote:
2015-04-25 23:51 GMT-05:00 jonathon <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Is it too late to include formatting for additional languages/locales in
No, but what does that have to do with this thread?
a) Going by the instructions, the first step to getting a L10N project,
with UI translation, is having the language/locale listed as an option
b) You might not have noticed, but I did change the subject line. With
some email clients, that automatically creates a new thread. In other
email clients it doesn't. Which of those is the preferred route has
been debated ad nausum on the development & support lists of both
programs that masquerade as email clients, and programs that really are
Have you filed a (detailed) bug?
There are three or four language/locales in Bugzilla that appear to have
fulfilled the instructions described in the L10N/i18n sections of the wiki.
Chichewa is new (Feb 2015), but isn't listed as a new language/locale in
the Lib 5.0 release notes.
I didn't bookmark the others, but one was from circa 2013, and is not in
I've also stumbled across three or four dictionaries for spell checking,
that won't work until the language/locale in listed in LibO. However,
the language/local is not listed in Bugzilla. (I'm willing to file the
Bugzilla RFE, but only if there is some assurance it will be included
before real soon now.)
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