1.94 English Translation / List of new strings

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1.94 English Translation / List of new strings

Post by helmut » Tue Jul 08, 2008 3:32 pm

XnView Version 1.94 is under preparation and testing and it will be released, soon.

The list of new strings used in XnView 1.94:

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#define TXT_NviewMenu_Rebuild_XMP "Rebuild XMP" 
#define TXT_NviewMenu_IPTC_From_XMP "Build IPTC from XMP" 

#define TXT_Alpha "Alpha" 

#define TXT_Option_Can_Paste_Subfolder "Can paste on subfolder item" 
#define TXT_Option_Keep_XMP_Data "Keep XMP" 

#define TXT_Capture_Rectangle "Rectangle" 

#define TXT_Update_Create_XMP "Update or create XMP" 

#define TXT_String_FileOp_Copy3 " Copy" 
#define TXT_String_FileOp_Copy4 " - Copy (%d)" 

#define TXT_String_Infos_Color_Profile "Color Profile" 

#define TXT_String_Label_0 "Uncolored" 
#define TXT_String_Rating_Label_0 "Unrated"
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254=Menu items 
255=Thumbnail 
256=Information 
257=Filename 
258=IPTC 
259=Wallpaper 
260=Clipboard 
261=ImageShack 
264=Custom thumbnail size 
265=No thumbnail for file size greater than: 
266=MB 

163=Copy to Clipboard

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Suggestions

Post by helmut » Tue Jul 08, 2008 3:33 pm

Some suggestions that might improve the above labels:

"Uncolored" > "(None"
"Unrated" > "(None)"

"Can paste on subfolder item" > "Allow pasting on subfolder"

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Post by Dreamer » Tue Jul 08, 2008 4:50 pm

"Uncolored" > "(None"
"Unrated" > "(None)"
I agree.
"Can paste on subfolder item" > "Allow pasting on subfolder"
What about "Allow pasting on selected subfolder", or "Allow pasting on current subfolder"?
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Post by Troken » Wed Jul 09, 2008 6:47 am

Dreamer wrote:
"Uncolored" > "(None"
"Unrated" > "(None)"
I agree.
"Can paste on subfolder item" > "Allow pasting on subfolder"
What about "Allow pasting on selected subfolder", or "Allow pasting on current subfolder"?
I agree. But should it not be:
"Allow pasting to selected subfolder"?

Any native english speaker? "on", "to" or "into"?

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Post by thibaud » Wed Jul 09, 2008 9:42 am

I agree. But should it not be:
"Allow pasting to selected subfolder"?
not native here, but indeed it does sounds better.

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Re: 1.94 English Translation / List of new strings

Post by helmut » Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:41 am

The labels 258-261 are menu entries, if possible the labels should be the same as displayed in the menu. Also, setting these in quotes makes it clear that these are menu entries texts (in opposite of 255-257).

Also I've made some minor changes to make things clearer.

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254=Displayed Menu items 
255=Thumbnail (image)
256=Image Information
257=Filename
258='Edit IPTC'
259='Set Wallpaper as'
260='Copy to Clipboard'
261='Send to ImageShack'
264=Custom thumbnail size
265=No thumbnail for file size greater than
266=MB 

163=Copy to Clipboard

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Post by Spiritwolf » Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:50 am

#define TXT_Option_Can_Paste_Subfolder "Can paste on subfolder item"

You could say
Allow pasting to selected subfolder


or simply

Paste to selected subfolder

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Post by rra » Mon Sep 01, 2008 6:16 am

Just curious:

what can the average XNVIEW user do with
these strings and defines ??


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Post by helmut » Mon Sep 01, 2008 4:34 pm

rra wrote:what can the average XNVIEW user do with
these strings and defines ??
These strings define the texts shown in the user interface of XnView. The strings are for translators and contributors, for normal users these strings are meaningless.

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