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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] meaning of some new strings

On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 9:35 PM, Martin Srebotnjak <miles@filmsi.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> on the road to 3.7.x there are a few strings that I need some background about:
> "Classic/Modern Fax from Private"
> Does this mean a template for a classic/modern fax, sent from a
> private number (from a private, home phone number)?

Yes - this is part of the File|Wizards → Fax (or is it Assistants
nowadays? don't know what it's called in english)

Where you send it from doesn't matter, it is just different layouts,
the business one use a slightly different layout.

> "Image Capacity:", "New Capacity:"
> What is that? Size in pixels? Size in bytes? Maximum byte size for a
> fixed size in pixels with minimum compression by the selected codec?

No idea, context would help. Never just post the raw strings, but at
least the ID and the resource-name.

Could imagine they appear in File|Export in Impress, after selecting
an image format.


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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] meaning of some new stringsSérgio Marques <smarquespt@gmail.com>
[libreoffice-l10n] meaning of some new stringsMartin Srebotnjak <miles@filmsi.net>
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