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Hi Tuomas,
Le 28/05/2020 à 18:20, Tuomas Hietala a écrit :

There's quite a bit of information on translating Help content on the

A TL;DR sort of summary or guideline on the XML tags part would be
useful, so I'm asking if the following statement would be correct:
"Do not translate anything inside a tag (that is, between angle brackets)."

Reading the wiki page, my understanding is that anything between < and
the nearest > either should not be translated or has no effect if
translated. The only exception to this would appear to be the xml-lang
attribute in the <alt> tag. However, based on a quick search, the
xml-lang attribute doesn't seem to be actually used in <alt> tags
anywhere in Help. Perhaps the information on the wiki is outdated?

It is a bit outdated, I'll have a look and see what is not used anymore
or has been modified (for example there is now
<keycode>Ctrl+Ins</keycode> where "keycode" is not translated).
Otherwise, Olivier added more information in the Documentation part of
the wiki
look at LibreOffice Help Content
But in case of doubt, feel free to ask here


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