[vlc-devel] The word File
Felix Paul Kühne
fkuehne.videolan at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 26 20:13:45 CET 2008
Yep, in English, "File" is always file meaning both the thingie
containing data on your disk as well as the label on the first menu.
However, on the German localisation for OSX, we are using a different
word for the "file"-menu, which is why there is also the "1:File"
i18n string. If you need this for Swedish too, feel free to translate
it and the QT4 will probably add this little feature to their port,
On 26.02.2008, at 09:43, Daniel Nylander wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a question regarding this translatable string, "File".
> It seems to be used to both describe the menu name and a normal file.
> Can someone verify that it only has one meaning?
> If not, please add context to the string.
> #: modules/access/file.c:96 modules/access_output/file.c:71
> #: modules/audio_output/file.c:112
> #: modules/gui/beos/MediaControlView.cpp:1236
> #: modules/gui/beos/PlayListWindow.cpp:88 modules/gui/macosx/open.m:
> #: modules/gui/macosx/open.m:405 modules/gui/macosx/output.m:142
> #: modules/gui/macosx/output.m:230 modules/gui/macosx/output.m:369
> #: modules/gui/pda/pda_interface.c:364 modules/gui/qt4/ui/sout.ui:50
> #: modules/gui/qt4/ui/sprefs_audio.ui:276
> #: modules/gui/wxwidgets/dialogs/open.cpp:503
> #: modules/gui/wxwidgets/dialogs/streamout.cpp:471
> msgid "File"
> msgstr ""
> Daniel Nylander (CISSP, GCUX, GCFA)
> Stockholm, Sweden
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