#550 default content in scribble is not translated

closed-rejected
nobody
None
1
2012-09-12
2010-09-07
Anonymous
No

the content of the scribble notebook in the messages window is: Schreiben Sie hier rein, was sie möchten. Sie können es als Notizbuch nutzen.

I suppose this should be translated to english...

Discussion

  • Nick Treleaven

    Nick Treleaven - 2010-09-07
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Nick Treleaven

    Nick Treleaven - 2010-09-07

    All strings are in English in the codebase. Maybe you first ran Geany with a German locale, then changed the locale and restarted it. Geany would then store the German Scribble text as a configuration setting.

     
  • Felix Kaser

    Felix Kaser - 2010-09-07
    • status: pending --> open
     
  • Felix Kaser

    Felix Kaser - 2010-09-07

    hmm could be. but thats still a bug imho...

    why shouldn't it take the english default string when I never changed anything in the scribble?

     
  • Nick Treleaven

    Nick Treleaven - 2010-09-08

    > why shouldn't it take the english default string when I never changed anything in the scribble?

    Because it's easy to code that way and IMO it's acceptable.

     
  • Nick Treleaven

    Nick Treleaven - 2010-09-08
    • priority: 5 --> 1
     
  • Nick Treleaven

    Nick Treleaven - 2010-09-08
    • labels: 1084465 -->
    • assigned_to: frlan --> nobody
     
  • Colomban Wendling

    • status: open --> closed-rejected
     
  • Colomban Wendling

    There is no easy way to determine whether the text was entered by the user and happen to match one of the translations or was actually that default text. This would require specific code for nearly no gain. Moreover this doesn't seem to be any kind of a real issue since if the user ran Geany with a particular language the first time she probably understand that language and then won't have problems to understand what this text means.

     

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