Duarte Loreto wrote:I will do it tonight.
> 1) Ask you to please update the Portuguese translation with the one
> attached, where I fixed a couple of typos and other small corrections.
> 2) Ask you to please check that not all available options on the combo where
> we select current employment situation are translatable. The po file
> contains the following options to translate:
> But besides these, the combo box presents (in english)Yes, you are right. I will do it tonight.
> "Working and Studying"
> "Freelance and Studying"
> In Portuguese, these should show up as
> "Freelance e Estudante"
Your are right again. So, as you advice, can add the "FAQ" msgid to the PO
> 3) On the sidebar (left side), the string "FAQ" (below "Coders Guide") is
> not translated. I can't find a msgid that is just "FAQ" so I guess it might
> be missing.
> To Portuguese I would rather have it as "Perguntas Frequentes (FAQ)" as just
> "FAQ" is an english acronym that not all users may understand but to those
> savy, having the acronym there helps faster detection of the option.
file. I will translate to Spanish as: "Preguntas frecuentes (FAQ)",
following your pattern.
It was intentional, as a way to organize-group the items. Yo can look at
> 4) This is not translation related... I don't know if it is intentional or
> not but the 6th point on the FAQ index has <br><br> on the HTML code before
> and after it, but the other options don't have it. That makes this 6th point
> stand out from the remaining questions on that index. Should those breaks be
> cleaned or is it intentional?
the "Coders' Guide" to see at another example of such grouping. Please,
raise your hand if you think it is not a good idea, or it can be improved.
IMHO, it is never late for this project.
> I'm sorry I didn't raise/noticed the issues on 2), 3)
> and 4) earlier and that I didn't get 1) right the 1st time.
I thought the project was perfect :D Just joking. We are going to improve
the "Academic qualification" adding its own section and allowing to fill
more than one degree. As usual, flames, comments, source code
contributions, etc. is key!