Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 20, 2007 at 08:52:20AM +0200, Rolf Ahrenberg wrote:
>> On Mon, 19 Feb 2007, Udo Richter wrote:
>>> Rolf Ahrenberg wrote:
>>>> I've one question about this sentence:
>>>> "Plugin %s wakes up in %ld min, continue?"
>>>> If I'm pressing 'OK' here, does it continue the shutdown or running the
>>>> VDR?
>>> I don't like it either, but didn't come up with a good other idea for 
>>> this. For consistency it should be "Plugin %s wakes up in %ld minutes, 
>>> restart anyway?", but thats way too long to fit into the status bar. The 
>>> alternative would be to drop the plugin name again.
>> My vote goes to dropping the plugin name as it doesn't provide (imho) 
>> any valuable information for the user. Do we really need to know that a 
>> femon or relay plugin is about to wakeup in ten minutes, when we are 
>> restarting the VDR? I'd say: no.
> Well, then the name of the plugin should be written to the log, for
> troubleshooting.  Or is it necessary to say "Plugin %s wakes up"?
> Would it be enough to say "%s wakes up"?  I'd guess that many plugin
> names are shorter than the translation of "Plugin" in many languages.
> Hmm, many languages don't seem to translate the word "Plugin", but
> the Estonian and Finnish translations are among the longest ones.

It's better to see which plugin is wanting to prevent the operation than
simply something is preventing. The word 'Plugin' on the other hand is
unnecessary, IMO.

Br, Pasi

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