I'll consider it, but screenshots can only be taken on a completely
translated Gramps, and I just completed translating 3.4.
And there is no telling what direction trunk might take before released as
a new version. I don't know, I see trunk as a moving target. I am now
interested in having a target I can point Windows people to, so I am aiming
at a point where a new 3.4 release has taken the updated translation and
there is an AIO or portableapps release that has picked it and say: "Look,
there you are, it's easy to install and even has a translated manual!".
In the meantime, I am tagging screenshots with _34_es so no conflict
happens when an update is needed.
2012/9/4 Benny Malengier <benny.malengier@...>
> Note that if you do new screenshots, it might be interesting to consider
> doing it with trunk, or all will again look out of date in a couple of
> Only those parts that change would need different screenshot depending on
> 2012/9/4 Benny Malengier <benny.malengier@...>
>> Probably that was a GEDCOM from Tim.
>> Do the gedcom in the repository under examples not show warnings?
>> Otherwise, we could include in the repo some new gedcom to show off
>> gramps, I would not mind royals or so from
>> http://famousfamilytrees.blogspot.com/ to be added
>> 2012/9/4 Julio Sánchez <julio.sanchez@...>
>>> I have been updating the Spanish translation and have started working on
>>> the documentation. So far so good, but I have tried to redo the
>>> GEDCOM-import-report.png screenshot used at:
>>> and I don't seem to be able to find the imported GEDCOM file. Is it
>>> anywhere to be found or is there some alternative that triggers a variety
>>> of warnings and ignored data? I'd rather have something canonical.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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