Subject: RE: menus and languages
From: sam th (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2000 - 16:51:09 CST
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On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Paul Rohr wrote:
> At 04:26 PM 2/10/00 -0600, sam th wrote:
> >I can see where the misunderstanding is coming from. In the origianl word
> >ocunt POW, shaw asked the coder to create a new tools menu, which would
> >have spellcheck, options and wordcount in it. therefore, i took out the
> >edit_spell and replaced it with a tools_spell. Thus, the translations can
> >no longer find references in for the menu items they have. There is no
> >real way to get them to compile, short of removing spellcheck an options.
> >The other alternative is to have me edit all the translation files, which
> >I am willing to do, but I would think it risky to have me editing them for
> >langauges that I cannot test. But I will try.
> Uh, actually I wrote up that POW, so here's my take on things. I think
> you're making this sound harder than it actually is.
Sorry about that. :->
> 1. You'll need to add a new Tools menu (which *isn't* translated yet). As
> Henrik mentioned, this should become a TODO, although I haven't tested this
> for top-level menus.
This does work for top-level menus
> 2. You'll need to move the existing translations for the spell and options
> menu items under that new menu. While you're at it, it'd probably be
> cleaner to rename the menu IDs. The actual translations for these menu
> items shouldn't change at all. You're just changing the location.
> 3. Then you add a new menu item (Word Count), which isn't translated yet,
> so it'll wind up as a TODO as well.
Thanks for clearing this up. Patch soon.
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