On Fri, 2009-07-03 at 13:56 +0200, Christoph Höger wrote:
> * ping *
> Has no one a clue on that?

Most likely.

On Tue, 2009-06-30 at 11:17 +0200, Christoph Höger wrote: 
> When I want to select the folder in which evolution puts it's mail, the
> selection button changes it's label to the selected folder name. The
> problem is: The selected folder name is:
> a) translated (leading to "Verschickt" instead of "Sent" which would be
> the correct name. ("Verschickt" is the german translation of the
> evolution internal Sent mail folder, "Sent" is a subfolder of my Maildir
> account)

It shouldn't do that, but it does. I doubt it's question on glade,
it's evo's/eds' fault most likely.

> b) misinterpreted on reopening that dialog. Instead of the selected
> folder ("Maildir/Sent") I get "Verschickt" selected as if the selection
> did not change anything (what in fact it did - new mail is dropped into
> Maildir/Sent)

Probably because of a). Though cannot tell for sure without further

> So my first thaught was: Is that glades fault (the buttons label is set
> to translatable) and could that be fixed by setting the buttons
> translatable value to false (or would than _nothing_ get translated at
> all)?

See above, no.

> And: What the f*** does that dialog get as content? Somewhere the
> correct information (aka Path) is stored, as it works. But from that
> point to the dialogs display it gets turned into a completely different
> path. How is that even possible?

That's how it works, it might take much longer to explain you the interns
than spending time on trying to fix it. Basically, there are paths
to the folder how they are used by camel, and how they are used in evo,
the later contains an account name in it.
See em_uri_to_camel/em_uri_from_camel.

I'm not sure if I got it right. It works, with respect of moving
messages to the correct folder, only the UI is confused with the "Sent"
name, which it considers as a special folder, thus translates it, when
you reopen the account editor dialog again?

Anyway, please file a bug, that's no waste, that's much better way how
to track patches than in a mailing list.
        Thanks and bye,

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