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[Bug 1484484] Re: Wrong German translation of "holiday"
It has been fixed in the today scope, but *not* in the holidays scope!
If you tap on the right arrow on the today scope, the holidays scope opens. The title of this scope still reads "Urlaub".
This translation should be fixed, too -- do we need another bug report for that, or will it be fixed as part of this one?
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Wrong German translation of "holiday"
Status in Holidays Scope:
Status in Today Scope:
Status in Ubuntu Translations:
The today scope can be configured to display the next holidays. The
label has a wrong German translation.
The word "holidays" can have two meanings in English:
1. "official day without work" (German translation: "Feiertag" resp. "Feiertage" when referring to a single or few days; "Ferien" when referring to a longer period.)
2. "vacation" (German translation: "Urlaub", i.e. a holiday trip.)
Currently, the German translation reads "Urlaub", which is meaning no. 2 and obviously wrong in this context.
The correct translation in this context would be no. 1, but it may be difficult to decide if "Feiertag(e)" or "Ferien" should be used.
(see also bug #1429548 describing the same problem for Italian
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