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Am 18.03.2011 16:00, schrieb Sophie Gautier:
On 18/03/2011 16:54, Daniel A. Rodriguez wrote:
I've created a menu template in

don't know why was associated to EN category. As it's an spanish
template, could not removed from there?

I think it's because you're using this template {{OrigLang|}}
You should use only {{Lang|}} because otherwise it's the original
(EN) category that is shown.

Hi Sophie

after make the change you suggested still remains into EN category

It's strange, I don't see where it takes the EN category now, but I'm
not a wiki expert, so may be others will have a better idea.

I'm no expert in the wiki but the problem was:
and Menubar is the English category. I have changed it now in [Category:ES/Templates|barra_de_menu]] and it works. Maybe you take an other name for the category. My Spanish isn't worth to talk about.

@Daniel: I have commented off the {{Lang|}} because in the localized templates the Lang template makes no sense. You can't link from this place to the other menus.

@Daniel, all: Maybe we should make Menu/es and not ES.Menu because then we can go from the Menu-template to Menu/es. The same with Menu.Sub_Menu/es like Menu.QA/es. I know the German isn't changed yet but I will ask Christain Kühl about changing it.

BTW, there is currently an IRC channel #libreoffice-es that says :
#libreoffice-es : Canal no oficial, en español, para ayuda y discusión
de LibreOffice. | LibreOffice 3.3 liberado | Participa en el desarrollo!

did you set it? There is currently nobody (well, only me and ChanServ)
in it.

Kind regards

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