Am Montag 11 April 2011 schrieb Radek Polak:
> Thanks, it's applied in git now.

Thanks, too. How does this update comes now to my Neo? an "apt-get update; 
apt-get upgrade; apt-get dist-upgrade" doesn't help.

> No idea why there is such strange output. Maybe bug in the tool that
> generates the translations?

I followed the wiki http://qtmoko.org/wiki/GITs to get all the source files, 
then the README file to get the translations and as last step 
http://qtmoko.org/wiki/Translations to do the translation with the program 

I just had a look into some other languages (it, ru), there is this stange 
character  in the source-strings, too. So maybe there was an error during my 
download or this characters are in the git repository, too? Do you see this 
character in your git, e.g in i18n/ru_RU/QtopiaApplications.ts? Can you (or I) 
find out, who had last edited this files, so I can contact him directly to 
clarify this problem?

Greetings, Carsten

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