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Le 18/08/2019 à 21:11, Gabor Kelemen a écrit :
Hi Jean-Baptiste

Of course: no Pootle for these. This in itself might worth a separate
bug report as well.

line 140, I changed:
XK_Return, "Retour"
XK_Return, "Entr\303\251e"

and rebuilt the master, but there is no change in the shortcut for page break, I still see Ctrl+Retour in the French UI.

Did I miss something?

Best regards.

And to make things funnier: there is a similar file for Windows too:

You probably want to keep in sync these for a platform independent user

Best regards

2019. 08. 18. 20:17 keltezéssel, Jean-Baptiste Faure írta:
Hi Gabor,

Le 18/08/2019 à 20:10, Gabor Kelemen a écrit :
Hi Jean-Baptiste

Those key names come from the vcl

Do you mean this file is not generated from Pootle ?

Best regards.

You may want to modify the arrayaImplReplacements_FrenchBest regards
Gabor Kelemen
2019. 08. 17. 22:17 keltezéssel,
        Jean-Baptiste Faure írta:
Hi,Considering the bug
report, I need
        to know where is defined the translated name of each key of the
        keyboard. Does LibreOffice have its own translation or the
        translation is taken from the OS ?Exploring Pootle, I see
translation of several key names in the
        terminology. Is it enough to modify the translation at this point
        so that it is repeated for each keyboard shortcut?Best

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