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 Scottish Gaelic - Gàidhlig
akerbeltzalba Offline




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Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:06 pm
Pre-release bugs v23h (2011-08-31) Quote · reply

Well, they may be bugs.

I already mentioned the Scottish gaelic > Scottish Gaelic caps issue in an email (under Buchstaben)

Am I missing some strings? There's stuff surrounding Word Check which is appearing in English on my screen such as: Wordcheck mode, Takeback, Poll and some others such as Show toolbar on 3D view and the Object last move (should be Object to last move by the way) and Fanship.

Strangely, in the dropdown, the same icon is labelled Check move, is that deliberate?

Looks a bit like I was working off an old-ish .lang


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Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:25 pm
#2 RE: Pre-release bugs Quote · reply

The next release has some new features, e.g. it's possible to reject respective to "object" a move. That means a player places his word, clicks on next player and one of the mates has to complain. Please correct my English if my wording is incorrect.
Which dropdown menu has two equal entries? The only "check now" I remember is the caption of the button right next to update interval.


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Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:57 pm
#3 RE: Pre-release bugs Quote · reply

Back shortly, having dinner just now... under Game, the third icon is the hand saying "Challenge move". The hand is also on the menu bar but it says "Object last move". I think using the same phrase for both is better. I suggest "Challenge (last) move" for both, it's better idiom.

How do I add these to my .lang?


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Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:23 am
#4 RE: Pre-release bugs Quote · reply

I'll keep tbChallenge.Caption and miChallenge.Caption and change only English captions. What's wrong with "object" except different wording?


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Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:26 am
#5 RE: Pre-release bugs Quote · reply

Object means that you... "Ich habe was dagegen" but Challenge is what you use in games and sports for "etwas anfechten/in Frage stellen"


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Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:32 am
#6 RE: Pre-release bugs Quote · reply

The question whether it should be called "Herausforderung" or "Anfechten" was brought up in German as well. My sprachgefühl (nice Germanism) makes not such a difference, but I trust you.


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Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:51 am
#7 RE: Pre-release bugs v23h (2011-08-31) Quote · reply

Zitat von akerbeltzalba
Well, they may be bugs.

I already mentioned the Scottish gaelic > Scottish Gaelic caps issue in an email (under Buchstaben)

Am I missing some strings? There's stuff surrounding Word Check which is appearing in English on my screen such as: Wordcheck mode, Takeback, Poll and some others such as Show toolbar on 3D view and the Object last move (should be Object to last move by the way) and Fanship.

Strangely, in the dropdown, the same icon is labelled Check move, is that deliberate?

Looks a bit like I was working off an old-ish .lang



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Thu Sep 01, 2011 2:07 pm
#8 RE: Pre-release bugs v23h (2011-08-31) Quote · reply

So she did :)


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