On Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 1:09 PM Mihkel Tõnnov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
What's up with this comment here?
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EN-US, the term 'extended' must not be translated.
Not using ODF 1.3 Extended may cause information to be lost.
Why on earth shouldn't the "extended" be translated?
As a side note, in settings (Tools - Options - Load/Save - General), the
name of the format has been translated in all the languages i checked.
The author probably thought that "ODF 1.3 Extended" was a proper name. But
it's just a label, nothing will happen if you actually translate the term
Extended. It may or may not confuse the user. That's all.
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