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Hi :)
I really like that idea.

It is in the ethos of Open Source and maybe gets a "good enough" result
faster.

If similar languages grouped together in that way then individual languages
could always re-adjust later if they really needed to.  As a non-translator
and lurker it is the sort of problem i would never have thought about but
that could easily prove to be a total nightmare.  I wonder if Microsoft
have sorted it out in any relevant language (i'm guessing they don't do
Celtic Scottish but maybe for Italian and other such "Romance"(? is that
even a group?) languages) and if so whether it is easy to find a full
listing of what they choose - and if they have whether it is relevant to
try to use their listings.  So many "if"s!  Any one of which would be a
"blocker".  So, i think the idea of using some other Open Source team's
list or ideas is bound to be MUCH better.

Regards from
Tom :)



On 9 June 2015 at 09:30, Akerbeltz.org <fios@akerbeltz.org> wrote:

In your case, you can probably cheat and closely follow what Italian has
picked
asaccelerators/hotkeys, they probably had the manpower to check them all.

Michael

On 09 June 2015 at 09:22 "Maniacco, Diego" <Diego.Maniacco@provinz.bz.it

wrote:


This should mean that, for every language and context (example: the
menues),
the accelerators group must be first decided, remembering that for each
context no duplicate must be present.

diego

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On 09/06/15 07:53, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:

It is an accelerator, just as tilde, it is used in some dialogs

Lp, m.
9. jun. 2015 07:39 je oseba "Veneto ABC"
<veneto.abc@gmail.com><mailto:veneto.abc@gmail.com> napisala:



Hi,
I need a little help, please: what does the symbol "_" added in some
words
to be translated?
Thankyou for your answers.

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