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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Cross-references: where to translate "above"/"below"?

Hi Andras,

2016-05-28 20:45 GMT+03:00 Andras Timar <timar74@gmail.com>:

> Hi Mihkel,
> On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 2:00 PM, Mihkel Tõnnov <mihhkel@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi *,
>> One can insert a cross-reference that displays "above" or "below"
>> depending
>> on where the reference target is in the document (Insert - Cross-reference
>> - Above/below).
>> Where can one translate the actual strings "above" and "below", though? In
>> Estonian (et) localisation, the fields show in English while in some other
>> langages they are translated (as I'd expect them be).
>> Can't find them in Pootle.
> It is in locale data.
> i18npool/source/localedata/data/et_EE.xml:
> <aboveWord>above</aboveWord>
> i18npool/source/localedata/data/et_EE.xml:
> <belowWord>below</belowWord>
> You can give me the translations, and I'll push it in your name. It makes
> sense to have these string here, because document language is ont necessary
> matches the UI language.



Best regards,

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