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Old 10-11-2012, 09:50   #451
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Here is the Hungarian translation for 1105 beta.
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:52   #452
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello,

Working on the french translation, I see this two item :
- Transmit sentences
- Drop sentences

They are in the window of the tab "Connection" completly below.

What do you understand by these two items ? What is the diffrence between "transmit" and "drop" here ?

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Gilletarom....

"Transmit": Send the sentences to the output selected.
"Drop": Discard the sentence, and do not transmit.

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Old 11-11-2012, 14:19   #454
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Hello Dave,

Thank you. I was right to ask for an explanation. For me, the verbs "To Transmit" and "To Drop" are quite synonimes.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Translation files for modern greek (1105β).

One comment: The word "Port" is used in this program both to mean "gate" (in "COM port") and as the opposite of "starboard". These two have different translations in most languages.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Dave,

Sorry, there is two mistakes in the french file language of the plug-in GRIB.

Nobody as said nothing !!!

Tsss ....

Here an update file :
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Updated Norwegian translation for 3.1.1105
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello,

General file language :

Here a french translation.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

I move here the subject that Hakan started in another thread on the specific issue of the translation of the term "Port" in other languages, as here is its natural place:

As Hakan has indicated the english word "Port" may have been used in the OpenCPN jargon with three different meanings:

1. Synomynous to "harbour" (e.g. in ais.cpp, lines 153 and 1190)
2. As opposite to "starboard" (e.g. in ais.cpp, line 234 etc.)
3. As an (electronics) communication gate (e.g. in options.cpp, lines 561, 578, 669, 750, 2172)

Since most other languages use different words for these meanings, I think that we should rectify this, even in english. I could suggest, e.g., that "Port" be used for meaning #2; something like "NetPort", or "Communications gate", or "Communications port", or "Data port" etc. be used for #3; and "Harbour" for #1.

The most serious is the common use of "Port" in lines
src/ais.cpp:234 src/options.cpp:560 src/options.cpp:577 src/options.cpp:744
as they all use the same translation at line # 2208 in the .pot file.

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Alexandros...

I agree with your analysis.

1.We will make the change to the options dialog, changing English "Port" (type 3 in your list above) to "DataPort".

2. In ais.cpp, we will retain "Port" as type 2 on your list, (opposite of "Starboard").

3. We will not modify the one instance of Type 1 on the list ("Port Tender"), as it may be translated in context as a complete string.

This is posted to github master now, as well as all updated pot/po files received to date.

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