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Re: [Health-dev] Is the translation of reports buildin gnuhealth useful

From: Feng Shu
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Is the translation of reports buildin gnuhealth useful in practice?
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2022 16:37:20 +0800
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Luis Falcon <> writes:

> Dear Tumashui
> On Mon, 18 Jul 2022 09:30:39 +0800
> Feng Shu <> wrote:
>> Hello:
>> This may be not a good question :-), when I translate gnuhealth to
>> zh_CN, I have found that many po items about reports have problem, I
>> would like to improve these reports files.
>> But the first question is that the reports buildin gnuhealth are used
>> by user in other country? or buildin reports are just example? is it
>> worth to translate them? What about set reports to no translatable?
> Yes, they are used in the implementations worldwide. Of course, some of
> them are further customized to better fit their needs.
> In my experience, the majority (lab reports, evaluations, demographics,
> clinical history,...) use the GH default report.

OK, another questions is that:

Can we big change these buildin reports's style while stay the same fields?
for example: using more table column and row?

I don't know whether the aesthetics of different countries are
different. In my opinion, some reports are not very good-looking :-)

Maybe we should rely more on simple table? for example:


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> Enjoy the week!
> Luis


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