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Re: help translators ... again ...
Perhaps but I suspect that it would get stale over time as devs would
forget to remove test projects as the code changes.
On 6/20/2019 1:00 PM, Nick Østergaard wrote:
> Would it make sense to have them in the demos folder under some folder
> where it is evident that they are for testing and not showcasing?
> tor. 20. jun. 2019 18.51 skrev Wayne Stambaugh <stambaughw@xxxxxxxxx
> For one shot warning messages like the new zone fill algorithm, wouldn't
> a simple project with the old zone fill suffice? Just don't save the
> project on exit so you can reuse it for testing purposes. I have lots
> of minimal projects like this that I keep around for testing purposes.
> I'm not sure it would be worth the developer time to write code to
> display all of the warning dialogs but I'm not opposed to a patch that
> does so provided it is a config option.
> On 6/15/2019 3:14 PM, Marco Ciampa wrote:
> > Hi devs,
> > that message about the new fill algorithm warning message
> > made me think about a problem I think I have.
> > What I am asking here, I do not know if it is possible,
> > feasible, convenient ... to cut things short, I just ask.
> > I am a finicky kind of translator. I usually want to double check
> > translations "live", looking also at the results in the program
> when it
> > works. That helps me a lot in making a better and more professional
> > translation.
> > Well, sometimes making windows pop up can be very hard.
> > For example when windows and dialogs pop up just when some very rare
> > event happens, usually when something change from one version of the
> > program to another. When that happens it means that some things are
> > changed and the program have to warn users about the change (different
> > file format, one way migration of files, etc.)
> > Well, usually making those windows or dialogs pop up again, just to
> > revise the messages that some users may have read too hasty or for
> > helping translators like me to double check, is very hard.
> > Could be possible to make those messages reviseable? A sort of warning
> > messages log but one with which you can also revise non current
> > messages ... or a debug option to fire warning messages without
> any real
> > event ... I really do not know how that could be made, sorry ...
> > Please think about this ...
> > TIA and sorry for the noise as usual...
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