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Re: [Bug 729631] Re: Date label on the indicator is partially untranslated


El dv 15 de 04 de 2011 a les 13:49 +0000, en/na Karl Lattimer va
> I think what might have happened here is that the comma was changed in
> the code. Originally there was a comma in the untranslated string, this
> was pointed out by mpt to be incorrect. It's highly probable that this
> change has caused a bunch of the translations to go out of whack.

I don't know if there was an upload that fixed this, or the latest
langpacks, but in my system it is now fixed (i.e. the date is now fully

Unless some of the other commenters are still experiencing the bug, I
believe this could be closed

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  Date label on the indicator is partially untranslated

Status in The Date and Time Indicator:
  Fix Released
Status in Unity Foundations:
  Fix Released
Status in “indicator-datetime” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: indicator-datetime

  I've got the indicator set to show the day if the week, day and month
  and time.

  For some reason the day of the week appears untranslated, whereas the
  day and month appear half translated as "5 de Mar" ('de' is in
  Catalan, 'Mar' in English). See the attached screenshot.

  I'm not sure where this translation is supposed to come from, from
  indicator-datetime or somewhere else.