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[libreoffice-l10n] Slide/Page - Separating strings for Draw and Impress


In Draw and Impress there are respectively Pages and Slides. However, in
many places the same UI string is used in both applications. In this way a
page is called "page" in Draw, but then "page" is used to call what
actually is a slide in Impress, or vice versa. While this might be ok in
English, there are completely different terms for "page" and "slide" in
Lithuanian (I believe a few other languages, too). Translating the same
string to fit both applications is complicated, and the result looks
weird...

Here's a few examples of such strings in master:

Slide/Page Pane context menu:
oGDd5||New Page; avSPK||Duplicate Page; 6geGw||Rename page

Status bar: 7DqZj||Slide %1 of %2

Tooltip in Slide/Page Pane:
hpxsK||Slide

Is it possible to separate strings for Draw and Impress so that they can be
translated differently? Should I file a bug for that?

Regards,
Modestas

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