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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Help changes, problematic for l10n


On 27.02.20 23:21, Martin Srebotnjak wrote:
> https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=130979

I introduced %MOD1 and %MOD2 for the tip-of-the-day strings to be specific on Windows/Linux vs. macOS. You can translate, for example, STR_CMD defaulting to "⌘ Cmd" to something else.

Martin asks in tdf#13079 to revert this patch and to duplicate the full strings in order to allow cases. Sounds like the wrong way to me and I would like to get more input first. One point is that I cannot find any example that requires a case (in German I can always talk about "%MODx-key" and apply the case to "key").

The full list of strings is here https://opengrok.libreoffice.org/xref/core/cui/inc/tipoftheday.hrc

TIA,
Heiko

PS: @Martin: many thanks for looking very closely on every detail. I really appreciate that even when disagreeing in this particular situation.


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