Doubt with "&" markers (was: Re: Call for translations: desktop-profiles)
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On 10/01/2005 11:39 AM, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm in the process of preparing a new revision of the desktop-profiles
> package, and I'd like to get more translations. There's debconf templates,
> and a kommander gui script to translate. I'm planning on asking my sponsor
> to upload the next revision next weekend.
> Regarding the debconf emplates (attached as templates.pot):
> - this currently has incomplete translations for cs, fr, vi, and pt_PT (I'm
> sending a sepperate mail to the last translators with the current .po files
> - has a complete translation for Dutch (as that's mine :)
> Regarding the kommander gui-script (attached as profile-manager.pot):
> - has complete translations for fr, it , nl, and vi
This package includes a conversion script (/usr/sbin/path2listing) that wil
Should be "will", shouldn't be?
I have a doubt, I'm translating the profile-manager.pot to Brazilian
Portuguese and there are some situation like this:
The translation is
My idea is to use the same letters for the "&" markers, but in that
case I could use it, what is the correct procedure in that case?
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
"Debian. Freedom to code. Code to freedom!"
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