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Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 26 May 2011 15:57
by old_death
This includes:
  • default-en.xml
  • default-de.xml
  • default-de.po

Note that there has been some small change within the default-en.xml file, so it needs to be committed, too.

Files:
Germam translation + default-en.xml update.7z
(105.69 KiB) Downloaded 293 times


PS.: For your information: This also includes strings that will be needed for the security manager update that has not been committed yet.

Re: Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 26 May 2011 16:27
by old_death
BTW, where do I have to make changes if I'd like to change something on the English language Shareaza uses by default? Default.xml within the resource folder (Visual Studio) only allows to change some strings, not all of them. Especially the strings that are loaded from somewhere by their ID are not present in that file...

Resource File

PostPosted: 26 May 2011 19:36
by skinvista
Strings are defined in Shareaza.rc: http://shareaza.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/shareaza/trunk/shareaza/Shareaza.rc

This file is not usually directly accessible in Visual Studio. Either open it externally in Notepad, drag it onto Visual Studio, or:
First run a search for the translated ID# to find the IDS_ name in resource.h, then run a search on that IDS_ to directly access Shareaza.rc in the search results.

Re: Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 27 May 2011 13:33
by old_death
Thank you skinvista. I'll post a new archive file once I have tested that everything works as expected...

Re: Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 27 May 2011 20:48
by old_death
OK, this now includes also the files necessary for the changes to the English language strings within Shareaza:

Re: Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 07 Jun 2011 16:45
by borsti67
Are these files used in 2.5.5.0?
I didn't look into them, but I wondered what has changed on the Network tab, something was different...
And yeah, indeed: the word "leaves" was not translated as a noun (should be "Bl├Ątter" or left untranslated eventually) but as a verb (like in "he leaves us"). :lol:

Did someone use an automated translation tool? ;)

Re: Jet an other update of default-de.xml

PostPosted: 07 Jun 2011 23:13
by old_death
Lol, I've seen that' too... xD Has already been fixed in my private copy.. I must have been drunk when doing this. (And, BTW, I'm going to leave it as "Leaves", as it is a proper noun in my opinion that should not be translated IMHO...)

But I can guarantee you that many other things have been changed in a positive way. :mrgreen: