Il 19/01/19 22:18, Der Mor ha scritto:
"MMM D" looks like a Date format.
It would produce:
Thanks a lot. This makes sense but I can't find a string to translate
for Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, ... Maybe it's still on development.
Do you have the key for it at hand?
Am Sat, 19 Jan 2019 17:34:41 +0100
schrieb Enrico Bella <enricobella(a)gmail.com>om>:
> Ok, thanks a lot!
> One more question: I see that there is the "MMM D" string to
> translate. What does it means? It doesn't seem a date format nor a
> time format. Could you please add a comment in transifex? I think it
> could be useful for the translators.
> Il 19/01/19 12:34, Björn Petersen ha scritto:
>> hi Enrico,
>> thank you for taking care.
>> the doubled strings are lated mainly to the change of the wording,
>> eg. part of them read "Show QR verify code" before. it's not
>> totally clear if this split comes back, so we've just left these
>> string ids and change them to the same text.
>> Some other strings are already marked as deprecated, and might be
>> removed (if a string eg. on android is no longer needed, it might be
>> used on desktop, this has to be checked at a given time)
>> so, it's not a bug, everything is fine :)
>> best -
>> On 18.01.19 at 21:33, Enrico Bella wrote:
>>> I've seen that some strings are repeated on Transifex. eg. "QR
>>> invite code". Not a big problem for us (translators), but maybe
>>> this could be some kind of bug and I'm just asking if it's ok for
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