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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #64982] Translation file (*.ts) for Octave 9.1


From: Rik
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #64982] Translation file (*.ts) for Octave 9.1 Release
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2023 16:44:42 -0500 (EST)

Follow-up Comment #34, bug#64982 (group octave):

Item #1

When the .ts files are re-generated, it adds the "unfinished" tag to all(?)
translations that don't exactly match for both file and location.  But, it
also does a fuzzy match and is usually able to find an existing translation
and match it to the new location.  Overall, one ends up with correct
translations most of the time that now have the "unfinished" tag on them. 
Most of the time this will be just fine and if you want I can simply remove
the unfinished tag on existing translations using Perl.

Item #2

Yes, this is okay.  The menu entries are a toggle which hides or shows the
filter.  Only one menu entry is ever present, not both, and it makes sense to
use the same shortcut key to toggle the display of the filter.

Item #3

I agree, although too late to change the message for the 9.1 release.  I never
use the GUI or the Editor so I missed this message when I was reviewing
things.  Suggestions are welcome.  Perhaps, "Swap line with line above"?

Item #4

I'm not sure I understand.  But, I can explain that the behavior by Qt is to
use whatever character follows "&" as the shortcut key.  For English,
"&File" will make 'F' the shortcut key and in Dutch it will be 'B'.  If
there are other translations that result in 'B' being a shortcut then you have
a choice.  You could try to translate things slightly differently so as to
avoid the collision, you could move the "&" within a translation so that
another key becomes the shortcut key in the Dutch translation, or you could
just let Qt deal with it.  When Qt detects two identical shortcuts you can use
Alt+Key multiple times to move between each of the possible menu selections
and <Return> to invoke the menu.



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