On Fri, 2007-04-13 at 04:16 -0300, Cleber wrote:
> I found some missing strings in PO file, so Audacity seems a little
> unstranslated even if my work is almost done...
I was guessing this would turn out to be the case.
> ---1 --
> At "Frequency analysis" window (plot spectrum menu):
> The following strings are missing: 'Peak' (telling where the cursor is),
> 'export' button and when it is clicked, the "txt files (*.txt)" string
> is also missing at "save as" window.
Yep. 'Peak' and 'Cursor' are part of much longer printf format strings
it seems - "Cursor: %d Hz (%s) = %d dB Peak: %d Hz (%s) = %.1f dB" is
all one string, but should be translatable. Would this be better (given
that we have two similar printf() statements) broken up so that just the
"Cursor:" and "Peak:" bits are translated (with appropriate hints), and
the rest not?
> ---2 --
> At the window after the message: "Project check found inconsistencies
> inspecting the loaded project data;\n
> click 'Details' for a complete list of errors, or 'OK' to proceed to
> more options."
> Buttons: "Details", "OK" and "Save" are not translatable.
> The window name is 'audacity warning' which isn't in the PO file.
> Clicking "save" it open a 'save as' window named "Save log file"
> (untranslatable) and the name type is ".txt files (.txt)" which is, as
> all the rest, not in the po file for translation.
The original "Project check ..." should be translatable in the version
in front of me. This is simply the argument to wxLogWarning() however,
so I'm pretty convinced the rest of the dialogue / save box is comming
straight from wx, and so in theory should be translated by them. It
obviously isn't, so I'll have to look further into why.
> ---4 --
> The whole thing at these windows:
> Under Generate menu:
> White Noise
You mean the "White Noise Source" below the separator line in the menu?
That's a plug-in of some sort. Generate > Noise is native, however, so
should be translated.
> Click track
Under the separator again, I presume? These are nyquist plug-ins, so not
> Under Analyse menu:
> Beat Finder window
> Silence Finder window
These two are nyquist plug-ins, so not translateable. Silence Finder
doesn't even ship with most audacity versions (!).
> That's what I have for now.
> Things are going to get pretty nice when done! Good work everybody!
Thanks. I'll try and look at the Edit Labels stuff later.