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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Two bugs in Lower Sorbian and Upper Sorbian LibreOffice master


Hi Michael,
Le 21/11/2018 à 21:44, Michael Wolf a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I found two bugs both in Lower Sorbian and in Upper Sorbian LibreOffice
> master builds.
>
> In the View menu of LO Writer (dsb: Naglěd, hsb: Napohlad) are two wrong
> menu items:
>
> - The en-US phrase "File selection"? is shown in German: "Dateiauswahl".
> It seems that this string comes from the OS. But there isn't any OS in
> Sorbian languages, all Sorbs use their OS in German. This string should
> be localizable.
>
> - The Sorbian word "meni" for English "menu" is automatically converted
> to lower case. It should be in upper case (= "Meni"). Curiosly this
> Sorbian word is shown with German user language as well.

Could you report the bugs on Bugzilla, then we can follow-up from there.
Thanks in advance,
Cheers
Sophie

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