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On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 8:38 AM, Sophie <> wrote:
Hi Martin,
Le 05/07/2015 18:23, Martin Srebotnjak a écrit :
on the wiki release notes for 5.0

I can see that this feature won't be enabled before RC5 (=final 5.0
release). As some language teams have already translated that particular
new po file or major parts of it I see no reason why not to make this
feature work already in RC4 (even RC3?) so at least those l10n teams have a
week to test their translations of emojis. At least the Slovenian team asks
for this. Also other teams, even if they have not finished with the
translation, might benefit with this to test and see how their work

Thanks for the head up, I'll report your request to the next ESC on Thursday

I'm not sure that I'll be on ESC tomorrow, so let me answer here.
Nobody told that it won't be available before RC5. Wiki says "The
shortcodes will be localized for the final version of LibreOffice 5.0"
-- which means that it is targetted for 5.0, the earlier RC is the
better. It is not a question of enabling something. The code that
merges translations is yet to be written. It simply does not exist at
the moment. The developer of the feature, Laszlo Nemeth, will be back
to work next week, and hopefully he'll find some time to finish the

Best regards,

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