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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreLogo localization

Hi Michael,

On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Michael Bauer <fios@akerbeltz.org> wrote:
>> English. The <br/> tag is valid, it is not HTML, it is XML. It is a
>> self closing tag and it is a line break. We could have put each line
>> into a separate paragraph, but it was converted from MediaWiki, and
>> this what we got. :/
> So what are we do do with <br/> when it appears?

Put the <br/> where it has to be in your translation.

>> When translating the help, take care of the number of spaces
>> before/after commands. Logo programs are indented, and also spaces
>> after [ and before ] are important (syntax).
> Eek. Ok, thanks! Sounds like I will have to test 4.0 very carefully before
> it comes out regarding Logo.

But wait, why did you ask all this? You don't localize the help to
Scottish Gaelic, do you? LibreLogo help file was moved from UI to Help
last week, when it was converted from an extension to normal code.


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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreLogo localizationMichael Bauer <fios@akerbeltz.org>
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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreLogo localizationMichael Bauer <fios@akerbeltz.org>
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