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Old 24-05-2011, 01:45   #256
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Dave,

Here the latest french language file. This file replace the precedent file.

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Old 24-05-2011, 01:51   #257
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Netsurfer,

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Gilletarom ...

Maybe you are willing to email me the file?


BTW: Are you using Poedit for the translation work?

Thanks,
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See page 18, the last french file that I send today.

Note that the work of comments is not finished.

Yes I use poedit.

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Old 24-05-2011, 05:16   #258
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

A note for all translators using Poedit:
I just found out that in the right-click (context) menu of each string/ entry there is a reference to the according line in the appropriate file (if you have the source in the right place).

So maybe
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it becomes harder and harder to know to which part/ section of OCPN a certain string belongs (latest pot file contains more than 700 strings).
could be circumvented by adding some "hints" to the source code!?

"Hello Dave, ... and all other programmers ..."

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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A note for all translators using Poedit:
I just found out that in the right-click (context) menu of each string/ entry there is a reference to the according line in the appropriate file (if you have the source in the right place).
Thx Netsurfer

Now the sources can be had at
SourceForge - opencpn/opencpn/tree - src/

Just create a 'src' folder in the same dir as the .po file

Use 'raw' to download the source file(s), strip the src_ prefix in front of the file name, and put it into the src folder...
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Thx Netsurfer

Now the sources can be had at
SourceForge - opencpn/opencpn/tree - src/

Just create a 'src' folder in the same dir as the .po file

Use 'raw' to download the source file(s), strip the src_ prefix in front of the file name, and put it into the src folder...
You can also use the GIT Extensions for Windows which integrate nicely in Explorer.
Then you can e.g. clone the Repository from git:\\opencpn.git.sourceforge.net\gitroot\opencpn\ opencpn
and copy the 'src' folder to your folder with the .po file(s).

So you do not have to manually edit anything.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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You can also use the GIT Extensions for Windows which integrate nicely in Explorer.
Then you can e.g. clone the Repository from git:\\opencpn.git.sourceforge.net\gitroot\opencpn\ opencpn
and copy the 'src' folder to your folder with the .po file(s).

So you do not have to manually edit anything.

Gunther
Well I didn't want to ask how to do it, so I described my clumsy way... hoping you would give me a better way, if there was one for Windows...

Thx
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Can you describe or explain to me how to use NavMonPc for AIS simulation?
The link above is dead.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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Can you describe or explain to me how to use NavMonPc for AIS simulation?
The link above is dead.

Many thanks,

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Here is the link in the french tutorial for OpenCPN :

Trucs et astuces

( This link is good)

If you do not undestand French language, we speak by private message.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello,

I have done a Hungarian translation for OpenCPN, attached is the .po (rename from .doc) file. No plugins yet, and I had limited ability to test, but will try to impove.
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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Can you describe or explain to me how to use NavMonPc for AIS simulation?
The link above is dead.

Many thanks,

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You can use the VDR plugin to test AIS.

A sample replay file is available at
NavMonPc
(PacCupStart.txt)

Replay this file and you'll get AIS targets moving all around San Francisco bay
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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Here is the link in the french tutorial for OpenCPN :

Trucs et astuces

( This link is good)
Merci beaucoup pour le lien ...

There is one problem left ...
No matter what I've tried I couldn't manage to show up any of the selected COM ports in OpenCPN!?
Of course I have closed and re-started OCPN every time I changed the setting in NacMonPc.
Also the monitoring there shows that the file is being played.
But no connection with OCPN ...!

Any ideas?

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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You can use the VDR plugin to test AIS.

A sample replay file is available at
NavMonPc
(PacCupStart.txt)

Replay this file and you'll get AIS targets moving all around San Francisco bay
Displays fine.
But
I cannot stop VDR (close X on window is inactive)
Turning off VDR in the toolbox leaves the VDR play window and static AIS targets on screen
There is still a extra button on the task bar (can be play or record, it seems)
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Displays fine.
But
I cannot stop VDR (close X on window is inactive)
Turning off VDR in the toolbox leaves the VDR play window and static AIS targets on screen
There is still a extra button on the task bar (can be play or record, it seems)
There are two buttons: one for record, one for replay.

Push one button and you get a dialog to select a filename.

While playing or recording, push the button once more and recording/playing stops.
The button is beveled (keeps down) while playing/recording...

That was inteded to be easy and intuitive. Seems it's not :-(
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That was inteded to be easy and intuitive. Seems it's not :-(
I miss the option to just pause the playback.
Because every time you click on the play button in the toolbar the 'Open file' dialog is opened and I have to select the file again.

What's also confusing is that after stopping a playback all the AIS data remains. How to get rid of it?

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That was inteded to be easy and intuitive. Seems it's not :-(
Cheer up...It just took me a couple of minutes to figure out (There MUST be a way... He's French, therefore not daft )
Things would be better if the label on the play button read something like PLAY ON / PLAY OFF
or perhaps cycling PLAY ON / PAUSE / PLAY OFF as per Netsurfer
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