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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #60
Ah for the sake of consistency... I have seen that the majority of the strings has "e-mail", I have changed the "email" ones that I have seen. It's annoying in Italian because you could use both >_< Will try to do something more when I have some time :)
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #61
In almost any language you can use both. :P
Anyway, yes it was decided to pick the version with the dash.

BTW, there is a topic around to discuss issues about the Italian translation (in case it's necessary).
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #62
BTW, there is a topic around to discuss issues about the Italian translation (in case it's necessary).
I've left some strings to be reviewed when I was unsure. I'll make sure to either double check or discuss about them :)

Anyway, yes it was decided to pick the version with the dash.
WEW, never knew about it ;D Still the majority won in the translation, so I figured it was like that.
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #63
A couple of strings added to the code for 1.0.5:
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$txt['redirect_board_to'] = 'Redirecting to %1$s';
Used as title of the redirect boards icon.
And:
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$txt['likemsg_are_you_sure'] = 'You already liked this message, are you sure you want to remove your like?';
A popup warning message when someone is going to remove a like from a message.
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #64
Cool beans, since I mistakenly clicked on Like twice or unliked a previously liked message without actually wanting to do so O:-)
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #65
Is there a mistake in Admin.english.php in Transifex?

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Due to the nature of the changes it was not impossible to migrate existing settings to the new format

Some "not" too much here?
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #66
A couple of strings added to the code for 1.0.5:
Code: [Select]
$txt['redirect_board_to'] = 'Redirecting to %1$s';
Used as title of the redirect boards icon.
And:
Code: [Select]
$txt['likemsg_are_you_sure'] = 'You already liked this message, are you sure you want to remove your like?';
A popup warning message when someone is going to remove a like from a message.

Translation done, thanks!

Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #67
Danke @Jorin :)
Regards Stephan

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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #68
While preparing the package I noticed I forgot to post here a couple of changes... O:-)

In ManageSettings.english.php a new string has been added:
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$txt['custom_edit_options_no_default'] = 'Do not set a default value.';

And in index.english.php, the string:
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$txt['show_ignore_user_post'] = 'Show me the post.';
has been changed to:
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$txt['show_ignore_user_post'] = '<em>[Show me the post.]</em>';
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #69
Thanks. I already changed the files. Can anyone upload them to Transifex for me please?

I will always offer the actual languages files here in my board too: http://support.elkarte-hilfe.de/index.php/topic,110.0.html

Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #70
Why wasn't the one in index.english included into the template, not to break translations? I think it's fairly possible to use an before calling the text string...
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #71
@Jorin your translation contains at least an outdated string: $helptxt['cache_memcached'].
It was updated with 1.0.5.
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #72
@emanuele :(
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Re: Changes to language strings

Reply #73
In 1.0.8 two new strings has been added in Post.english.php:
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$txt['error_new_reply'] = 'while you were typing a new reply has been posted. You may wish to review your post.';
$txt['error_new_replies'] = 'while you were typing %1$d new replies have been posted. You may wish to review your post.';
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