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Old 27-02-2016, 01:28   #1351
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

NAV,
I think I have found it, another one of those pesky '_T(' which don't translate. Can you carry on without this fix for the moment so that I can see if there are any more minor changes over the next day so that I can batch it up?

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Also for OCPN Draw a new observation:

One string in the EBL properties window is not translated (when the windows opens, I see a Dutch text for a split second, than it becomes English). This string is "Boat", red under lined in attached picture.
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Old 27-02-2016, 01:56   #1352
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Also for OCPN Draw 2 new observations:

One string in the EBL properties window is not translated (when the windows opens, I see a Dutch text for a split second, than it becomes English). This string is "Boat", red under lined in attached picture.


The new warning text you added is not shown in translation.
The last observation is related to Watchdog ....
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Old 27-02-2016, 02:59   #1353
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Regarding process. It would be easier separate programming from internationalization if possible. IE: to get the plugins logic done first, then do languages.
Doing both at the same time complicates the process. However the act of translation seems to bring questions which help to clarify intent or require adjustment for language context.
Jon you've been very patient and steady. Gilletarom and Nav thank you for becoming good constant testers and good teamates with Jon.
It is almost done!
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Old 27-02-2016, 03:10   #1354
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I think I have found it, another one of those pesky '_T(' which don't translate. Can you carry on without this fix for the moment so that I can see if there are any more minor changes over the next day so that I can batch it up?
Jon,
No problem at all for me. Whenever I notice something, I don't expect an immediate repair action.
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Old 27-02-2016, 11:37   #1355
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NAV,
The latest POT file up in crowdin has the string ready for translators.

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Old 28-02-2016, 06:59   #1356
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Regarding process. It would be easier separate programming from internationalization if possible. IE: to get the plugins logic done first, then do languages.

I generally agree. However, in case of OD and WD the English terminology used in the UI, combined with the complexity, initially caused a lot of confusion. Both with me and Gilletarom, I think. Without completely understanding the UI, testing of the code is difficult ...
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Yes, NAV. I understand completely. Its certainly lucky there's a team of champs working on this... I have no doubt you guys will resolve it.
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

Hello Nevermind, hello Yoruck,

Voila, les versions officielles de OD et WD sont sorties. ......

Le dernier mail que j'avais envoyé à JP date du 24 février. Depuis, pas de réponse ...

Peut être une raison personnelle forte explique-t-il ce silence ? Peut être mes mails vous indisposaient ils ?

Je ne sais.

En tout cas, les versions des fichiers de langue utilisées dans ces version officielles, ne sont pas celles sur lesquels nous avions commencé à travailler ensemble. J'avais préparé des mises à jour. J'ai trop attendu.

Bref, jamais la mise à jour finale n'a eu lieu.

Tant pis. On fera avec ... Ainsi va la vie.

Cordialement votre. Gilletarom.
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

Translation of my previous post :

The official versions of OD, and WD, are online ....

"The last email I sent to JP February 24. Since then, no answer ...

Can be a strong personal reason he explains this silence? Maybe my emails bored he?

I do not know.

In any case, the language versions of the files used in the official version are not those on which we started working together. I had prepared the updates. I waited too long.

In short, never the final update took place.

Never mind. We will do with ... That's life.
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Long life to OD and WD.
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Some DR idea for consideration.
Dead Reckoning Plugin for OCPN
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Jon,
Have been using Ocpn 4.4.0 and most recent ocpn_draw_pi-1.1.8-win32.exe and most recent build of your Watchdog.
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OpenCPN Beta File Thingie rguser rgpass

4.2.0 Win PI folder

With some of the language files I think
ocpn_draw_pi-ov4.2-1.1.33-win32
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See
WeatherRouting_pi in ver 4.4 - Working for anyone?

It works GZ and weatherrouting.
but needs more testing
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Re: Ocpn-Draw and Boundary

I created a boundary (actually several thousand generated from scripts)

I need to be able to easily

1) delete selected boundary
2) click and raw bounding points to move them *
3) drag edges of boundaries to enlarge a boundary (moving 2 points) *
4) merge selected boundaries
5) convert a boundary to another boundary which is just lat/lon box with 4 points (I can do this in a script if needed)

* for 2 and 3 shift should lock latitude, and ctrl or alt to lock longitude from changing.

I am having some issues with the draw plugin not handling 20,000 boundaries reasonably and getting stuck "sorting" when the dialog isn't even visible etc...


As far as I can tell only #1 on my list is implemented. How can I achieve the rest? am I missing something or do I need to hack the plugin?
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