Yes, it’s definitely useful to have context-specific strings
when situations like this arise. I have added “date_from” and “date_to”
strings to account for this situation. I have left the existing “From” and “To”
in place for emails. It might be better to rename them to message_from and
message_to, but for now I decided to implement the least-disruptive fix (in
case anybody is relying on those strings in other contexts based on their
Markus, please take a look at the latest code and let me know if
I did anything wrong! In any case, thanks for catching the problem.
From: Greg Pendlebury
Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2011 4:59 AM
To: Markus Fischer
Subject: Re: [VuFind-General] Ambivalent translation key "to"
I know it bloats the language
files, but I would suggest going even further. Back when the advanced search
screen was being overhauled I started putting in strings that showed the screen
they came from, or at least context of usage. It adds more control for minor
tweaks to individual screens by non-tech staff.
In this context I guess the indexes would be something like: 'date_to',
'date_slider_to', 'email_to' etc.
On 27 March 2011 18:05, Markus Fischer <email@example.com> wrote:
I stumbeld over a translation issue due to an ambivalent key
in Vufind 1.1:
To = "To" has been translated up to now in German with: To = An
This key is now used in pubdate_slider as "from" "to". Here
tranlsation should be "Von" "Bis" instead of
Because the pubdate_slider is very strongly exposed, and the wrong
translation ("An") is very weird, I changed the key to
committed it to the trunk.
I know see that the same key is also used in the context of sending
emails/sms. So the german translation is different and should be "An"
To resolve the issue, I think we should use separate keys. E.g.:
To = An
Till = Bis
Sorry for the mess.
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