I mean, if we can not do it at php level, we can use
the "display" strings of system folders will be
rewritten with translations, while preserving the
links beneath of them. although I do quite understand
why it could not be done at php (server) level. maybe
it is too difficult, maybe there will be to much
should be a quick fix.
What do you think?
--- javier wilson <javier.wilson@...> wrote:
> On Apr 1, 2005 7:29 AM, Tomas Kuliavas
> <tokul@...> wrote:
> > > Hi guys,
> > >
> > >
> > > While I was updating the Chinese (simplified)
> translations, I was just
> > > wondering if we could display system folders
> e.g. sent/draft/trash in
> > > Chinese. I remembered that there was once a
> discussion about this issue a
> > > year ago (or two maybe?). How was that going?
> Can we do that with the
> > > current release? If so, how do I do that?
> > In SquirrelMail 1.5.1cvs you can have correctly
> encoded Chinese folder
> > names, if you use php 4.3+ mbstring extension with
> cn support. In
> > SquirrelMail 1.4.4 list of mbstring charsets is
> hardcoded to the one that
> > is supported by php 4.0.6. euc-kr, gb2312 and big5
> charsets are not
> > included.
> > Maybe we can do that without mbstring support, but
> I haven't investicated
> > utf7 format well enough. Conversion to gb2312 or
> other Eastern multibyte
> > charsets is not easy without external functions.
> > You can translate folder names in user's
> preferences and squirrelmail
> > configuration. When you set folder names in
> squirrelmail configuration,
> > you should use utf7-imap encoded folder names.
> > See
> http://www.topolis.lt/squirrelmail/utf7-imap.php and
> > http://www.topolis.lt/squirrelmail/utf7-imap.phps,
> if you want to find
> > easy way to get utf7-imap encoded text.
> > conf.pl -> 3. Folder Defaults ->
> > ...
> > 3. Trash Folder : Trash
> > 4. Sent Folder : Sent
> > 5. Drafts Folder : Drafts
> > Rewriting Sent, Trash and Drafts inside interface
> the way we rewrite INBOX
> > is not implemented. INBOX is unique system folder.
> Drafts, Trash and Sent
> > are not unique. We can rewrite Sent/Drafts/Trash,
> but user can create
> > translated Sent/Drafts/Trash folders too and
> he/she will get two folders
> > that look identical in interface. You can't safely
> detect creation of
> > duplicate folder names, because interface can
> detect them only when
> > translation is active.
> I remember talking about this same issue some time
> ago. The problem of
> creating your own translated folder names (eg, in
> Spanish "Enviados"
> instead of "Sent") is that users may want to change
> the language, from
> Spanish to English for instance, and when in English
> it should read "Sent", and when in Spanish is should
> read "Enviados"
> All i am saying is that creating your own translated
> folder names is
> not a solution to this problem, but i have no idea
> what can be done
> either. anyone?
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