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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Obscure strings meaning

Hi Mateusz

Em 05/07/2016 16:36, Mateusz Zasuwik escreveu:
> Hi
> 1. What means "to enter the document"? For me, from context it sounds like
> "approve" or "confirm", but when I look at German's team work I see that,
> they translate it using word "change", "alter" (ger. wechseln)
> https://translations.documentfoundation.org/pl/libo_help/translate/sdraw/guide.po#unit=108859256

"to enter (in) the document". That means you press F6 to cicle between
several object of the document

See context in

> 2. Please, let someone explain me what means this sentence.
> I can read every single word, but whole sentence doesn't make sens.
> <emph>~</emph> (tilde) escapes the special meaning of (...) tilde character
> that follows immediately after the tilde character
> https://translations.documentfoundation.org/pl/libo_help/translate/shared/optionen.po#unit=108875627

the context are wildcards. See

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[libreoffice-l10n] Obscure strings meaningMateusz Zasuwik <mzasuwik@gmail.com>
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