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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Where are Emojis in Sorbian LO builds?


Hi Michael,

Le 26/11/2018 à 17:09, Michael Wolf a écrit :
> sophi schrieb:
>> They should be there:
>> https://translations.documentfoundation.org/dsb/libo_ui/translate/extras/source/
>>
>>
>
> Hi Sophie,
>
> I think you misunderstood me. They have been already translated. No, I
> mean that they are not shown in the LO master builds in Tools-->
> Autocorrect --> Autocorrect Options... --> Replace. But, meanwhile, I
> think why they are not displayed: The files /share/autocorrect/acor_hsb
> resp. acor_dsb do not exist. This could be the reason. Am I right?
>
> Need I create these files myself, manually?

The file should be build at runtime, so if it's not present it's a bug
and you should fill it in bugzilla. Cloph is back now, so I'll discuss
with him tomorrow about the sites and your issue, but it's always better
to have a bug number to follow-up.
Cheers
Sophie

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