Bug#514009: Release notes: section about Braille displays in installing.dbk/installing.po
Justin B Rye <email@example.com> writes:
> W. Martin Borgert wrote:
>> On 2009-02-07 18:41, Samuel Thibault wrote:
>>> Christian Perrier, le Sat 07 Feb 2009 17:05:01 +0100, a écrit :
>>>>> +<section id="install-with-speech">
>>>>> + <title>Install &debian; with a hardware speech synthesis</title>
>>>> [...] and maybe "s/a/an"
>>> Before the h of hardware? I wouldn't say so.
>> Maybe because in French you don't pronounce the 'h' at the
>> beginning of a syllable? ;~)
> Yes: "an hour", "a USB drive", "an xterm", "a one-off".
Just to make it clear: "an hour" but "a hardware", right?
>>>> + <para>
>>>> + Support for hardware speech syntheses is enabled only along support for
>>>> + graphical installer. You thus need to select the <computeroutput>Graphical
>>>> + install</computeroutput> entry in the boot menu.
>>>> + </para>
> Assuming this is the right content, the English needs fixing: "along
> support for graphical installer" should be "along ^with^ support for
> ^the^ graphical installer".
I'd suggest something simpler, like this, if possible (my English may
need fixing, but the idea is to get rid of "along with support for"
Support for hardware speech synthesis (not syntheses) is present
only in the graphical installer.