There are also many missing translations in Kmail, System settings and so
Oddly enough I could test on a Polish computer and here (polish)
translations are correct notably in systemsettings.
I know severity is overrated (and I opened it previously which is bad but
as nothing happened...) but such a bug has to be fixed before release. As
well Gentoo has never been affected with such issue.
Le 20 avr. 2017 09:28, "Maximiliano Curia" <m...@debian.org> a écrit :
Control: severity -1 important
Control: forcemerge 857647 860515
El 2017-04-18 a las 06:59 +0200, Julien Aubin escribió:
> Package: kde-l10n-fr Version: 4:16.04.3-1 Severity: grave
I know that the severity is exagerated but this is because we're very close
> to release and the issue is still not fixed.
Please don't create duplicated bugs with unjustified severities, this only
reduces the value of the bugs being reported (and increases the time we
need to expend dealing with them instead of fixing them)
There are still many missing translations in French KDE translation
> package, such as many "Apply" buttons left untranslated, some "do you want
> to continue" questions untranslated and so on. The issue is due to some
> translations in Debian being too old, as the same package, kde-l10n-fr
> 16.04 in Gentoo is not affected.
It seems to me that the missing translations are from qt5's QDialog stock
buttons. So this might need to be addressed in the qt packages.
This is, at least for the dolphin settings dialog (which creates a
QDialogButtonBox* box = new QDialogButtonBox(QDialogButtonBox::Ok
| QDialogButtonBox::Apply | QDialogButtonBox::Cancel |
And it doesn't override the buttons texts.
"Seek simplicity, and distrust it." -- Whitehead's Rule
Saludos /\/\ /\ >< `/