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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Tip-of-the-day string is not consistent with LO GUI

Michael Wolf (<milupo@sorbzilla.de>), 29. detsember 2019 kell 15:02:

> Hi,
> among the new tip-of-the-day strings is this one:
> "Right-click in the status bar in %PRODUCTNAME Calc and select
> “Selection count” to display the number of selected cells."
> See:
> https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/plugins/gitiles/core/+/master/cui/inc/tipoftheday.hrc#122
> Testing this string in LO Calc it does not work. The status bar
> is not clickable so the alleged context menu item "Selection count" does
> not appear. In fact you have to select the cells and the number of
> selected rows and columns is shown. I think this string should be
> changed or removed.

It appears to be meant so that you have to right-click specifically on the
*right-hand side* of the status bar, where it by default shows Average &
Sum - among the listed functions there is also "Selection count".
I amended that "right-hand side" bit in my translation, but the original
should be fixed, of course.

Estonian translator

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