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Hi all,

Bubli asked about two strings that could be added to 4.4. What's your
opinion on it?
She explained:
it was rather unfortunate that a feature (a new field in
Impress) has been implemented for 4.4 but no one really took care that
ODF export and import gets implemented too. What's worse, the feature
has been advertised in 4.4 release notes, while it was of very little
use to the users when they couldn't save and load a document containing
the new field.
Strings and where they appear:
Text [ en-US ] = "<slide-name> (for Impress)


Text [ en-US ] = "<page-name>" (for Draw)

They're used:
1) as placeholders in ODF export and get substituted by real slide/page
name immediately after ODF import so the user normally doesn't see them,
unless they look into unzipped ODF file
2) in master page view in Impress (menu View -> Master -> Slide master,
and inserting the field therein)

But given the above - 99% of users will never see the (untranslated)
strings, it is no issue to not mark them for translation really ... just
let me know what l10n folks prefer, so we can merge the patch.

Let me know if you agree to merge the strings or if you don't mind about
those strings not marked for translation in 4.4.

Thanks in advance
Sophie Gautier
GSM: +33683901545
IRC: sophi
Co-founder - Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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